Howard University has reached a tentative agreement with the law professor it found responsible for sexual harassment over a test question about a hypothetical Brazilian wax.
This afternoon, professor Reginald Robinson’s attorney, Gaillard T. Hunt, released the following statement:
We have discussed the case with the University and we believe we have reached a mutually satisfactory solution. Professor Robinson regrets if anyone was offended by the test question.
FIRE reported on the case last week, which we noted at the time was part of a larger pattern of colleges and universities punishing constitutionally protected expression under the guise of addressing sexual harassment.
You can read more about the case in our press release.
Check back to Newsdesk next week for more on this development.