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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.
- Arizona State University is currently under federal investigation for enabling sexual violence and rape on campus and violating Title IX.
- The investigation began with a complaint filed January 2012. ASU has been required to take measures during the investigation to prevent future violations, but other complaints have been filed since then. SDASA filed a complaint in 2014.
- The most recent complaint was filed January 2017.
- AZCentral: Feds: ASU Sexual Assault Probe Ongoing
- Phoenix New Times: Barrett Honors College Protects Faculty Predators
The Hunting Ground exposes colleges that cover up rape and protect sexual predators.
“I thought if I told [ASU administrators] they would take action, but the only action they took was against me.” – SDASA founder Jasmine Lester, The Hunting Ground
A full time position ensuring Title IX compliance is long overdue, and it’s important to note Preudhomme’s history as a lawyer for ASU during three public Title IX lawsuits (2009, 2010, 2014) and both federal Title IX complaints under investigation by the Department of Education (2012, 2014).
- 11 Barrett profs named in federal complaint
- Dr. Joel Hunter dismissed for sexual abuse of undergrad
- Dr. David Conz suicide after dismissal for giving alcohol to underage student/girlfriend
- Dr. Eric Susser dismissed for sexual abuse of undergrads 10 years after ASU PD caught him flashing students
- Dr. Eric Susser leaves drugs/paraphernalia on campus 15 months after dismissal
- ASU Senate votes down policy that would have better protected students