In the most recent version of their code of ethics, Oregon apparently scrapped due process. But, approval is pending by the university president. Photo by Erik R. Bishoff
Topic: University of Oregon
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) released a press release detailing this action by the student government in Eugene, Oregon.
Sounds like a good idea, right?
The College Fix reported: The University of Oregon is paying an alleged victim of sexual assault $800,000 and four years of paid tuition and housing in a settlement to resolve a lawsuit against the school.
Contrary to what the Supreme Court has decided on free speech related to pro-life messages, a local police officer and abortion activists threatened pro-life supporters who were holding up signs that depicted aborted fetuses i.e….
The University of Oregon, at least its student body, is putting into place restrictions on Greek fraternities (and not sororities) due to the rising interest in college sexual assault prevention. However, a study that supporters…