The lawsuit alleges that the university “made clear that the University counseling center was never again to advocate for male students accused of sexual misconduct.” John, previously a member of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, was set to begin working for a financial firm after graduation.As of now, however, he has been expelled from Notre Dame with the stipulation that he be permitted to “reapply for readmission” in Fall 2017.There are countless reasons why it’s hard for college students to meet new people.For example, the creators of Date My first got their idea for the site after their female friends complained that they were spending most of their time with other students enrolled in the school of social work, most of whom were women.On the other hand, the guys in the business school were surrounded my mostly other men in their classes.Online dating helped them meet students of the opposite sex at their school.
The plaintiff, named in court documents as John Doe, argued that officials at the private, Catholic university led an investigation rife with “procedural flaws, lack of due process, and inherent gender bias, designed to ensure that male students accused of any type of sexual misconduct or harassment — concepts that do not apply to John’s conduct — are found responsible.” John Doe argues in the lawsuit, filed April 20, that officials expelled him because of “vindictive” claims made by his ex-girlfriend, referred to as Jane Doe.
– About three in 10 Medicaid recipients could be affected by a potential work requirement, a share that is similar in rural and urban places, according to researchers at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire.
-- Kenneth Johnson, professor of sociology and senior demographer in the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss National Center for Health Statistics data released today that shows U.
– Millions of people die every year from dehydration as a result of exposure and illness. “Many of us are looking to make changes that will support...
– New research found the Guiding Stars nutritional rating system, which educates consumers about healthy food options, had a positive effect raising awareness of healthy food choices available at the University of New Hampshire. – The University of New Hampshire will host the “Social Innovation Internship Showcase” Wednesday, July 26, 2017, from 10 a.m.-noon, followed by a networking reception for attendees, as a concluding event of the summer social innovation internship program.