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UC Berkeley’s disciplinary process in Title IX cases is utterly flawed

CAMPUS ISSUES: Why is a UC Berkeley professor who was found to have more likely than not violated Title IX policies allowed to return to campus?

A Title IX investigation found that UC Berkeley professor Alan Tansman had more likely than not harassed a student. His “punishment” is a two years suspension –– one of which is paid sabbatical –– before we will be able to return to campus. Allowing Tansman this privilege sends a clear message to the student body: A professor’s livelihood is more valuable than that of survivors.
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UC Berkeley needs more funding for sexual assault survivors

Content Warning: Sexual assault, sexual harassment The effects of sexual violence and sexual harassment, or SVSH, on survivors are innumerable and often intangible in their enormity. For students, sexual violence and harassment can result in post-traumatic stress disorder, decreased ability to perform academically, damaged relationships and a lost sense of
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