Cornell’s Judicial Codes Counselor Amanda Minikus, reviewed all sexual assault cases at Cornell during the 2013-2014 academic year. “In its efforts to swiftly revise its procedures and crack down on sexual misconduct, Cornell has implemented policy far beyond what is necessary to comply with OCR’s guidance and created a process fraught with inequities.” In one case Title IX determined the accuser’s suspicions were more credible than the suspected student’s denials, even though the investigators had no evidence that the accused student had done anything wrong. The male was found guilty of sexual misconduct and his transcript stamped for life. Read the full report below.
Cornells year of sexual assault cases By KC Johnson