East Stroudsburg Sex Scandal Fearless Coverage — May the Pocono Record get a Pulitzer Prize for its reporting of the sex scandal at East Stroudsburg University, which is a state institution administered by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Six current and former students are suing the university, its trustees and current and former administrators alleging that a former administrator at ESU used money and gifts to repeatedly solicit unwanted sex from them, and that other administrators covered up the matter.
The suit was filed in Monroe County Common Pleas Court last February and moved to U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania a month later
The administrator accused of the homosexual harassment is Isaac Sanders, who was then vice president for university advancement and executive director of the ESU Foundation. He was fired in October 2008, about a year after the first complaints were made.
The latest story describes how one student, a freshman, describes how he was harassed by Sanders and how the superiors of the school’s then director of diversity and campus mediation attempted to influence his investigation of the matter.
Just in case you might have missed this in the Philadelphia Inquirer or Delaware County Daily Times.
East Stroudsburg Sex Scandal Fearless Coverage
U.S. Investigating 5 Pa. Colleges For Discrimination Against Women –Shippensburg University, Messiah College, York College of Pennsylvania, Gettysburg College and Lincoln University are among the targets of an investigation by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on whether they discriminate regarding the admission of females.
Fourteen colleges outside the state are also being investigated including Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University and Howard University.
“There is no suggestion that any of these schools aredoing anything wrong,” said Lenore Ostrowsky, the commission’s acting chief of public affairs. “They justfit the profile.”
I wonder when the Einsteins who are running this nation are going to wake up to the reality that the problem is that young men are not pursing higher education?
Maybe when we see them investigate the admission policy at Bryn Mawr College.
U.S. Investigating 5 Pa. Colleges For Discrimination Against Women
Yale University Press removed, along with other images of Mohammed, the cartoons that were published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten on Sept. 30, 2005 from Brandis Professor Jytte Klausen’s book “The Cartoons That Shook The World” which is basically the point of Ms. Klausen’s defense of free speech in the face of intimidation and tyranny.
So if you want to see the cartoons you have to go to places on the web such as BillLawrenceOnline.Com
Cowardice At Yale