BC softball’s Susannah Anderson credits the impact of Title IX for the opportunities she’s afforded as an athlete today.
Katie Crowley, A Lifelong Winner, Honors Title IX, But Still Sees Room For Improvement
BC women’s hockey head coach Katie Crowley has seen Title IX evolve throughout her playing and coaching careers. While she honors Title IX, she still sees room for improvement.
Mia Hamm Talks Title IX and Women’s Sports
Two-time Olympic gold medalist and two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner Mia Hamm left an audience of Boston College students and faculty with a lasting message of empowerment, encouraging attendees to celebrate themselves.
Editorial: Boston College Must Reevaluate Outdated, Stigmatizing Rules on Sex
Boston College must reexamine the campus culture surrounding sex that is perpetuated by outdated rules and a lack of transparency in order to destigmatize the experiences of victims of sexual assault. The University should also provide more direct support for victims. This reexamination should be inspired by an executive order, signed on March 8 by…
Massachusetts Law Addresses Universities’ Sexual Violence Protocols
On Jan. 12, Governor Charlie Baker signed Bill S.764 into law, actualizing years of work, research, and debate in Massachusetts relevant to issues of sexual violence on higher education campuses. The new law, which builds on federal Title IX mandates, implements new policies and regulations for all public and independent colleges and universities in the Commonwealth.
BC Settles Lawsuit With Student-Athlete Suspended For Alleged Sexual Assault
The University settled the case with the Boston College student-athlete who sued BC over his suspension for an alleged sexual assault in June of 2019, according to court documents filed on Sept. 23.
Attorneys General Sue Over New Title IX Rules, Say Changes Will Intimidate Victims
Attorneys general in 17 states and the District of Columbia sue over new Title IX regulations on sexual assault investigations on college campuses.
Final Title IX Rules Reshape BC’s Sexual Assault Investigations, Bolster Rights of Accused
The U.S. Department of Education has released new rules that reshape how schools must conduct Title IX investigations into campus sexual harassment and assault.
Title IX Lawsuit Enters Discovery Phase
The lawsuit brought by a Boston College student-athlete against the University entered into discovery in U.S. District Court earlier this month.