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The school even includes gender-neutral pronouns in its student handbook.
There are no rowdy frats or big-time Division I sports stars to blame for rape culture, as has happened elsewhere.
He was instead deemed responsible for "disorderly conduct" and "psychological harm" and punished with a year of probation.n April 10, 2012, Emily Bartlett received a few text messages from a guy who had left her Grinnell College dorm room about 10 minutes earlier. Bartlett did tell someone: That night she told a confidential advocate on the Iowa campus that the male student had sexually assaulted her.A few days later she went to campus security and filed an official report, but she was unsure whether she wanted to see her alleged attacker punished.The women filed a federal complaint against Grinnell in February due to their concerns the college's handling of their cases violated Title IX, the gender equity law requiring colleges to address to sexual misconduct on their campus.Grinnell, with its relatively progressive policies surrounding consent, a student body that’s buying into rape-prevention efforts and an administration actively working to address sexual violence, may be a bellwether for how difficult it will prove for any college to fully address the needs of assault victims.
Campus officials issued the two students a no-contact order.