Sammie Espada (right), a junior women's and gender studies and poll sic double major, holds out a letter addressed to the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office as Michele Natale (left) signs.

'They’re not prosecutors': Due process not always clear under Title IX

As Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos rolls back Obama-era protections for sexual assault survivors, questions are raised about the application of due process in Title IX investigations.

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