Title IX Process Causes Student Concern

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By Brooke Schultz Former Editor-in-Chief Over this past year, several Washington College students have brought forth concerns with the College’s Title IX process and the effects on students who report sexual violence. The Elm spoke with seven students, who noted a lack of clear communication, lack of consistency in handling cases, and an unduly long process. The […]

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Campus Responds to Panel on Sexual Assault

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By Molly Igoe News Editor Director of Public Safety Gerald Roderick said there are several things that Public Safety focuses on when handling sexual assault complaints. The first one, he said, is sensitivity, and ensuring that everyone involved is as comfortable as possible. “We’re not judgemental; we have to build a rapport with the parties involved […]

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Public Safety Discusses Sexual Assault Protocol

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By Molly Igoe News Editor On Monday, Nov. 6 Suzy Sams, a part-time patrol officer with the Department of Public Safety, led a discussion about how to prevent and address campus sexual assault. “Sexual assault takes away your choice in the matter, so we’re here to give you back choices,” said Candice Tyrell, Public Safety’s office […]

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