Schools often struggle to investigate cases of sexual assault, and even more so when they occur between people of the same gender.
But a new law aimed at college campuses — which takes effect today — expands the definition of sexual violence to include dating violence and stalking and to clarify that same-sex assaults are covered, too.
John Kelly, a senior at Tufts University in Medford, Mass., helped make those new rules.
He became a campus and national activist after he reported that he had been sexually assaulted in August 2012 by an ex-boyfriend in his dorm room. A Tufts misconduct board suspended the ex-boyfriend, but the investigation took four months. That’s twice as long as federal guidelines recommend.
Photo credit: Courtesy of Leah Mushkin-Pierret
*does the anime character with glasses thing*
Does that really work though?
that’s so cool i wanna do it too!!!!!!
ok here goes
Okay, there’s no way that works.
Let me try this out.
I’m kinda skeptical about this? Can it really make you anime.
Guss i’ll give it a shot
yeah right, like that really happens
maybe I should try-
WHAT THE FU
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs storyboard art
finally mcdonalds offers a gluten free, low-fat and vegan menu option