PULLMAN, Wash. – One in six women will be stalked in her lifetime, according to a U.S. presidential proclamation from December 2013. An open forum about harassment, its effect on the community and what to do about it will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, in CUB L60 (Butch’s Den).
Approximately 150 students, faculty and staff crowded into the CUB Cascade Room Tuesday afternoon, March 8, for the Vice Presidents’ Forum. At the event were a large number of students who asked questions and made comments regarding the outcome of a recent conduct hearing addressing allegations of racial harassment. The meeting, which usually lasts about one hour, […]
(The following article is reprinted with permission from the Moscow Daily News. The article appeared on Feb. 24, 2005.)Allegations of objectionable student speech at Washington State University have some members of the university community thinking about First Amendment rights and possible limits on free speech. “Freedom of speech and freedom from harassment is an area that’s […]
Student conduct proceedings at Washington State University have determined that two students, Alex Kirk and Robbie Cowgill, accused of harassment, did not violate university conduct provisions. Conduct officers concluded that, although the accused students may have engaged in adolescent behavior, there was insufficient evidence to support a finding of harassment. According to WSU Vice President […]