Students Say Colleges Should Let Them Judge Sexual Assault Cases

February 25, 2015

By Akane Otani at Bloomberg Business

Student leaders at 76 U.S. universities are fighting the government for the right to sit on the panels that decide if someone has committed sexual assault on campus. The Department of Education has recommended that students not be involved in this process, but student body presidents at schools across 25 states, including Yale, Brown, and Barnard, say that allowing undergraduates in the room when cases are being decided is fairer for everyone involved...

Schools: The Ohio State University