ASU says the student who sexually assaulted me shouldn’t be expelled – because he has a high GPA

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Expulsion is “too severe” a punishment for a man found responsible for sexual assault, according to officials at Arizona State University. The panel that investigates sexual misconduct at ASU wrote that a male student had sex with a female senior when she was too drunk to consent. But because he is a “significant member of the ASU community,” he shouldn’t lose his place at the school.

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Grooming students for sexual abuse

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Grooming refers to a series of behaviors by an abuser to ensure a victim readily accepts physical and psychological abuse as normal and desirable, and to ensure that a victim does not report or expose sexual abuse.

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Several ASU Honors professors fired for sexually abusing students

The following timeline summarizes a long history (from 2000-present) of ASU and Barrett administrators silencing rape victims and protecting honors professors who sexually abuse students.

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Federal investigation ongoing


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