Loyola’s Title IX office, received 213 reports of gender-based misconduct in the 2016-17 academic year. The previous year, there were 102 reports in the 2015-16 academic year. This dramatic increase has led to some criticism of the Title IX.
Students and Faculty weigh in on the university’s investigation process for sexual misconduct.
Loyola officials believe the increase in stalking is due to students feeling more comfortable reporting incidents. The Clery Act Annual Bulletin lists all crimes and hate offenses, arrests and disciplinary referrals on all of Loyola’s …
After criticizing Obama-era guidelines for how colleges handle sexual assault, President Donald Trump’s secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, rolled back those guidelines and announced temporary rules designed to protect the rights of the accused. What …
Loyola released statement in response to students criticism of Loyola for its lack of transparency regarding Ben Holm’s case. The Office of the President denied it was aware of the charges pressed against Holm during his time at Loyola
Until recently, Ben Holm was attending Loyola and was a member of the Loyola golf team from 2013-2015. Although the rape happened after Holm committed to play golf at Loyola, it’s unclear whether the Athletic Department was ever aware of Holm’s pending charges as it has decided to remain silent in the wake of Holm’s sentencing.
A Loyola student was the survivor of a sexual assault in San Francisco Hall on Nov. 12, marking the second time in less than a month that a student reported being the victim of a sexual assault in an on-campus dorm.
For one Loyola junior, a visit to Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood was meant to provide an important step toward closure in her sexual assault case. Instead, it made what was already a difficult situation worse.