Tag Archives: Title IX

Podcast #93: Campus lunacy, a year in review

Lindsay Marchello writes on Title IX policy and campus controversy for Reason Magazine, as well as for the Carolina Journal in Raleigh, NC. She joined Stephen today for the Young Voices podcast to talk about the year of 2017 and some of the most loony stories she covered.

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Editor Casey Published in Townhall on Title IX and Affirmative Consent

Editor Casey Given was published in Townhall on the federal law behind California’s affirmative consent bill.

Due process advocates have been up in arms over the past few months as California passed the first statewide “affirmative consent” law in the nation. According to the freshly signed SB 967, all college campuses accepting financial aid in the Golden State must enforce a high standard of establishing sexual consent in student disciplinary hearings, requiring both parties in question to vocalize their approval before engaging in sexual acts.

You can read the entire piece here.

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