Yesterday, former Northeastern student Katherine Rizzo announced that she has filed Title IX and Clery Act complaints against the university. Her account of institutional indifference is an infuriating variation on a far-too-ubiquitous theme: after a sluggish and re-victimizing hearing process, no justice was served. Although Rizzo's assailant was found "responsible" for rape by the Northeastern University Office of Student Conduct (OSCCR), he appealed the decision on a "procedural error." Before the second hearing could take place, he withdrew and transferred to another college. He was never punished; Rizzo dropped out of school.