Yale Aids Sexual Misconduct By Frats, Title IX Suit Says

By Mike LaSusa (February 12, 2019, 11:52 PM EST) -- Yale University has facilitated fraternity-related sexual misconduct and has failed to provide a safe educational environment for women and non-binary individuals, violating state and federal anti-discrimination laws, a group of female students alleged Tuesday in a proposed class action in Connecticut federal court.

Named plaintiffs Anna McNeil, Eliana Singer and Ry Walker accused the New Haven-based Ivy League school and nine university-affiliated fraternities of discriminating against women in violation of Title IX and other anti-gender bias laws.

The fraternities wrongly denied the women admission based on their gender, the students said, while the university hasn't done anything to stop the discrimination....

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