Editor of Columbia Paper Resigns After Publishing 'Sensitive' Image of Sorority Sister Near Vodka

The editor of Bwog, one of Columbia University’s student-run newspapers, has resigned over a photo of a woman standing near alcohol bottles at the house of sorority Kappa Alpha Theta. Sorority houses aren’t usually allowed to have alcohol; the paper apologized for publishing the image “without considering the full…

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Columbia Professor Sues University Over Three Years of Alleged Sexual Harassment By Colleague 

An assistant professor at Columbia University’s business school has filed a Title IX gender discrimination lawsuit against the university, alleging that she was sexually harassed by a male colleague. Columbia officials, she charges, “dismissed and belittled” her claims. The suit also says that the school “does not…

Judge Tosses Paul Nungesser's Title IX Discrimination Lawsuit Against Columbia 

Last spring, Paul Nungesser—best known as the alleged rapist of Emma Sulkowicz, the Columbia alum who, for her senior thesis project, symbolically bore the weight of her assault by carrying her mattress across campus—filed a discrimination lawsuit against Columbia University. On March 11, that lawsuit was dismissed by…

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