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North Dakota Mom Fights to Make College Campuses Safe for Young Men

North Dakota Mom Fights to Make College Campuses Safe for Young Men

In the Washington Post today is a lengthy profile about Families Advocating for Campus Equality, or FACE, a group founded by a Fargo mom after her son was falsely accused of sexual misconduct at the University of North Dakota. The mom is Sherry Warner-Seefeld, and her son is Caleb Warner. I’ve written quite a bit about Warner over

Kudos To Students For Wanting Controversial Topic In Curriculum, But Cover All Sides Of The Issue

In Grand Forks, students at Red River High School want to include in their curriculum a book about the supposed “rape culture” on college campuses, and not just at their school but all of the high schools in their city. The book in question is “Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town” by

Would You Send Your Daughter To College If She Had A 25% Chance Of Being Sexually Assaulted?

For some time now campus rape alarmists have been touting polling which claims that one in five women are sexually assaulted on campus. This statistic has been used endlessly, including to justify a lot of dubious policy related to campus adjudication of sexual assault accusations and sexual consent policies. But that data has also received

Here's An Idea: Maybe We Should Stop Trying Students In Campus Kangaroo Courts

Today the State Board of Higher Education will consider new policy to comply with legislation passed earlier this year requiring that students be afforded the full participation of legal counsel in serious campus proceedings against them. The move is a grudging one, judging by the tone of this article, and indeed the universities fought long

More Problems With UND Campus Rape Junk Science Emerge

Yesterday I wrote about University of North Dakota researcher Sarah Edwards claiming that her tiny sample of students from an anonymous campus is representative of any college campus anywhere in America. That’s significant, because Edwards’ research claims that one in three college men would rape if they thought they could get away with it. Washington

Wow: University System Initially Opposes Due Process Rights For Students

It’s a rare moment when the miasma of smug, self-serving rhetoric which surrounds our university system parts for a moment to let the truth shine through. We had a moment like that this evening. SB2150 is legislation introduced by Senators Ray Holmberg (a Republican) and Lois Delmore (a Democrat) both of Grand Forks. It aims to