Months after allegations surfaced accusing UNC of violating federal law when reporting sexual assaults, a Daily Tar Heel analysis reveals that the University’s 2010 sexual assault data is riddled with discrepancies.
Christi Hurt said she wants to see the day when people who work in sexual violence prevention are out of a job. It is with that mindset that Hurt, current director of the Carolina Women’s Center, will approach her new job at UNC: interim Title IX coordinator.
When I was asked to write a story in November about the University’s sexual assault policy, I never expected the topic to be something that I reported on more than once.
Chancellor Holden Thorp exercised a seldom-used power of his office Tuesday when he asked the student-led Honor Court to suspend proceedings between sophomore Landen Gambill and her ex-boyfriend — bypassing a long-standing tradition of student self-governance.
Chancellor Holden Thorp announced Tuesday that he has asked the student-led Honor Court to suspend the trial of sophomore Landen Gambill and her ex-boyfriend, pending an external review of Gambill’s repeated claims that the University is retaliating against her.
With what should be just weeks to go until the Honor Court trial of sophomore Landen Gambill and her ex-boyfriend, Gambill’s lawyer said Monday that she will no longer be participating.
Sophomore Landen Gambill filed a third complaint with the federal government today, according a letter sent to the University from her attorney. Gambill’s attorney, Henry Clay Turner, said in a Monday letter to Chancellor Holden Thorp that Gambill filed a retaliation complaint with the U.S.
The University was slapped with a second federal review Thursday when the U.S. Department of Education’s Clery Act Compliance Division announced it would evaluate whether UNC violated federal law when responding to sexual assault.
The University will soon face yet another federal review of its handling of sexual assault procedures and compliance with federal law.
The University responded Thursday to a federal request for information about UNC’s handling of sexual assault, marking its first effort to comply with an investigation of sexual assault procedures.