For Northwestern, the Kipnis Case Is Painful and Personal

Brian Kersey, UPI, Newscom

The controversy goes beyond the professor and the students whose complaints led to a Title IX investigation. Other faculty members, even the university’s president, have felt its sting.
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The controversy swirling around a Northwestern University professor’s essays about what she has called "sexual paranoia" on campuses poses a philosophical debate. When does a university’s responsibility to protect sexual-assault victims from...

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