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1 VIOLATIONS OF TITLE IX Stephanie Sempeles

2 BIO  18 years old, from Chantilly, Virginia  I chose this topic because of the 3 recent sexual assaults of my sorority sisters

3 INTRO TO TITLE XI  mine/2014/05/01/55-colleges-under-investigation-for-possible-title- ix-sexual-violence-violations mine/2014/05/01/55-colleges-under-investigation-for-possible-title- ix-sexual-violence-violations  Many more factors of Title IX but the two main ones: Equal rights of students Protection from sexual assaults

4 LIST OF SCHOOLS department-education-releases-list-higher- education-institutions-open-title-i

5 RECENT PROBLEM  Current violations of Title IX under the Sexual Harassment portion  November 5, Princeton University violates Title IX by not responding promptly to 3 sexual assault cases on campus  October 6, Columbia University dismisses lawsuit of Title IX violation from May 2014, accusing the rapist for his assault and not the school for mishandling the situation. Also September 22, Student carries mattress around until Columbia takes action under Title IX to suspend her rapist.  October 29, Florida State University’s running back, Karlos Williams under investigation of Title IX violation for sexual assaults  The list goes on! This is a big deal

6 CLAIM & IDEAS  Universities are not doing their best to protect their students from Title IX violations, in particular, sexual assault  1.Order Universities by their violations, discuss how they were handled  2. If violations of Title IX are handled correctly, to discus how they can prevent future assault cases  3. More states should enacting “Yes means Yes” law, which defines sexual consent helping colleges handle sexual assaults correctly and more efficiently  4. Also, Universities should enforce students to learn their Title IX rights

7 CONCLUSION  Universities can prevent sexual assaults and preserve their image by handling sexual assaults correctly and efficiently  With students knowing their Title IX, they can take proper action

8 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT  Thank you, Julia, for allowing me to change my topic and giving me ideas to support my claim  Thank you, Josh, for looking over my presentation

9 WORK CITED  Bidwell, Allie. "Feds Target 55 Colleges in Sex Assault Investigation." US News. U.S.News & World Report, 1 May Web. 18 Nov  Lestch, Corinne. "Princeton University Violated Title IX for Mishandling Sexual Assault Complaints: Officials." NY Daily News. NY Daily News, 5 Nov Web. 18 Nov  Zhang, Christian. "Columbia Moves to Dismiss Lawsuit Filed by Male Student Alleging Violation of Title IX Rights." Columbia Daily Spectator. Columbia Daily Spectator, 6 Oct Web. 18 Nov  |, Mark Schlabach. "Williams Subject to Title IX inquiry." ESPN. ESPN Internet Ventures, 29 Oct Web. 18 Nov  Taylor, Victoria. "Columbia 'mattress' Student Draws Attention to Anti-rape Movement." NY Daily News. NY Daily News, 22 Sept Web. 18 Nov  Chappell, Bill. "California Enacts 'Yes Means Yes' Law, Defining Sexual Consent." NPR. NPR, 29 Sept Web. 17 Nov


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