Purdue preps request to review ‘Roe’ assault verdict, as #MeToo students press on
Purdue will challenge federal judgment that found university didn’t give former student due process after reporting sexual assault. ‘Roe’ attorneys ask Purdue for $201K in legal fees
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PURDUE WILL ASK FOR REVIEW OF ‘ROE’ RULING; #METOO STUDENTS KEEP UP DEMANDS AIMED AT DEAN OF STUDENTS
With “wanted” style flyers already plastered on utility poles around West Lafayette’s Village area, calling for the resignation of two university administrators, students behind a #MeToo Purdue campaign chalked a series of similar messages on a main gateway to campus Monday night.
Meanwhile, the university this week was preparing to ask a federal magistrate judge to review the September judgment or call for a new trial, after a jury sided with a former Purdue student who claimed the university retaliated against her, suspending her for making a sexual assault report campus officials concluded was a lie.
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