- Allegations of sexual assault on campus are at record levels, as are lawsuits from the accused, including Paul Nungesser, claiming schools discriminated against them based on gender.
- But comments by Columbia University President Lee Bollinger seemed to indicate otherwise.
- A recent graduate is suing the university for allowing a student who accused him of rape to harass him by carrying a mattress around campus in protest.
- In the campus movement against sexual assault, the mattress has become an emblem of resistance, not slumber.
- The new policy mandates an education program for students found responsible of sexual misconduct and allows attorneys to represent complainants
- Twenty-three Columbia University students collectively filed federal complaints against the Ivy League university Thursday
- The policy takes aim at two corporate fantasies: that credit makes up for free labor and that all internships are educational