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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that three women who were allegedly sexually assaulted while undergraduate students at UC Berkeley may sue the school for a policy of indifference to reports of sexual misconduct.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that three women who were allegedly sexually assaulted while undergraduate students at UC Berkeley may sue the school for a policy of indifference to reports of sexual misconduct.
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The complaint was filed by former UC Berkeley student Aryle Butler, and it alleged that she had been sexually assaulted in the summer of 2012 when she was still a UC student, studying at the Wildlands Studies program in Alaska.
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The complaint was filed by former UC Berkeley student Aryle Butler, and it alleged that she had been sexually assaulted in the summer of 2012 when she was still a UC student, studying at the Wildlands Studies program in Alaska.
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Three women who were sexually assaulted while students at UC Berkeley filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the campus perpetrated gender-based discrimination and fraudulently represented its safety.
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Three women who were sexually assaulted while students at UC Berkeley filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the campus perpetrated gender-based discrimination and fraudulently represented its safety.
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The Department of Justice is seeking new applicants to research how colleges experiment with new methods of responding to campus sexual assault cases.
The Department of Justice is seeking new applicants to research how colleges experiment with new methods of responding to campus sexual assault cases.
A state audit report released Thursday found that nearly half of all sexual assault evidence kits at three selected law enforcement agencies were never analyzed — and that many lacked a clear explanation why.
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A state audit report released Thursday found that nearly half of all sexual assault evidence kits at three selected law enforcement agencies were never analyzed — and that many lacked a clear explanation why.
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On Sunday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “yes means yes” campus sexual assault bill and another that gives state loans to undocumented students — two pieces of legislation that will directly impact California colleges.
On Sunday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “yes means yes” campus sexual assault bill and another that gives state loans to undocumented students — two pieces of legislation that will directly impact California colleges.
SACRAMENTO — About 10 UC students rallied at the state capitol Tuesday to push Gov. Jerry Brown to sign Senate Bill 967 — legislation that would create an affirmative consent standard in California colleges — before the end of the legislative session.
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SACRAMENTO — About 10 UC students rallied at the state capitol Tuesday to push Gov. Jerry Brown to sign Senate Bill 967 — legislation that would create an affirmative consent standard in California colleges — before the end of the legislative session.
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In the wake of a 113-page sexual assault report released Tuesday by the state auditor’s office, a new pathway for comprehensive reform is laid out for university officials and legislators, although some survivors say its recommendations and findings did not go far enough.
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In the wake of a 113-page sexual assault report released Tuesday by the state auditor’s office, a new pathway for comprehensive reform is laid out for university officials and legislators, although some survivors say its recommendations and findings did not go far enough.
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Certain UC Berkeley faculty and staff are not properly trained in responding to and reporting incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence, according to a much-anticipated report released Tuesday morning from the state auditor’s office.
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Certain UC Berkeley faculty and staff are not properly trained in responding to and reporting incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence, according to a much-anticipated report released Tuesday morning from the state auditor’s office.
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