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Sexual Misconduct

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  • Northwestern professor replaced in class

    Northwestern professor replaced in class
    A Northwestern University philosophy professor who was recently sued on allegations he sexually attacked a student two years ago will not teach the rest of the quarter, the university said today. Alan Cubbage, a university spokesman, said the chair of...
  • Sexual misconduct complaint leads to Northwestern protest

    Sexual misconduct complaint leads to Northwestern protest
    Dozens of Northwestern University students marched across campus Tuesday to protest how the school handles complaints of sexual misconduct against faculty. The students had planned a sit-in and walkout at a class taught by a philosophy professor who was...
  • Northwestern: Professor accused of sexual misconduct won't teach rest of school year

    Northwestern: Professor accused of sexual misconduct won't teach rest of school year
    A Northwestern University philosophy professor who is being sued over allegations he sexually attacked a student will not teach the rest of the school year, the university told the Tribune Wednesday. Northwestern President Morton Schapiro decided that...
  • 2nd woman at Craigslist rape trial: 'His whole personality changed'

    2nd woman at Craigslist rape trial: 'His whole personality changed'
    A second woman took the stand in the Charles Oliver rape trial and testified today that he also became threatening and physically abusive toward her when she went to his house to have sex with him for money. Like the first alleged victim who testified...
  • Woodstock High student pleads not guilty to sex assault of girl, 15

    Woodstock High student pleads not guilty to sex assault of girl, 15
    A Woodstock High School student pleaded not guilty this morning to charges that he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girlĀ at a house party over Christmas break. As his parents looked on, James Cornelius, 18, dressed in orange jail garb, entered his not...
  • Jury selection underway for alleged Craigslist rapist

    Jury selection underway for alleged Craigslist rapist
    Four men and four women have so far been seated on the jury for Charles Oliver, the Woodstock man accused of multiple sex crimes against eight women. On the opening day of jury selection for his first trial in McHenry County, Oliver, 45, dressed in a...
  • Craigslist rape trial begins

    Craigslist rape trial begins
    Jurors watched a 12-minute video Tuesday of a Woodstock man engaged in sex acts with a woman who prosecutors say was one of eight he sexually assaulted — but what happened off-camera may be central to whether the jury finds him guilty. Charles...
  • Defense rests in Craigslist rape trial

    Defense rests in Craigslist rape trial
    In a phone call to his father from jail, played in court today at his trial, Charles Oliver said that women he paid for sex "are claiming rape" because he "was aggressive" with them. Oliver, a 45-year-old Woodstock man who is accused of sexually...
  • The Bitcoin Foundation discovers the limits of anarchy

    Today's obligatory shudder in the edifice that is Bitcoin is a report that several members of the Bitcoin Foundation have resigned over the recent election of Brock Pierce, an investor who has been accused of child molestation, to the foundation's board....
  • Cris Mazza on 'Something Wrong With Her'

     Cris Mazza on 'Something Wrong With Her'
    Cris Mazza is nothing if not candid. In her 17 volumes of fiction and essays over the past three decades, Mazza — a longtime professor of creative writing at the University of Illinois at Chicago — has set a high standard of frankness, in...
  • After rape investigation, University of Oregon needs to show courage, not crisis management

    These are dark days for Ducks everywhere. It’s been more than a week since University of Oregon officials announced that three basketball players at the center of a rape investigation this spring had been dismissed from the team. If you want the...