These women filed a $70 million lawsuit against Dartmouth College alleging the university mishandled reports of professors sexually abusing students.
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‘Dartmouth chose to shelter known sexual predators to protect their endowment rather than their students.’

7 women filed a lawsuit against Dartmouth alleging the Ivy League university allowed sexual abuse on campus. The $70 million suit says professors groped, sexted, and raped students and called one of the college’s most prominent research departments, ‘a 21st century Animal House.’

The complaint says in April 2017, a group of women students reported the sexual harassment and assault from three Dartmouth professors. The school allegedly launched a Title IX investigation, but continued to allow the 3 professors accused , to continue working there. The women say they continued to be assaulted & harassed after reporting.

The university reportedly allowed the accused professors to retire or resign 15 months after the allegations were made. Now seven women have come forward to sue Dartmouth arguing the school mishandled for mishandling the situation by and allowing their alleged abuse to persist.

‘Protecting future generations of women from the trauma I faced at the hands of the sexual predators at Dartmouth is what motivated me to come forward.’

‘From the outside the experience that we’ve had might seem favorable depending on the outcome that Dartmouth’s reached, but we think there are some system problems that still need to be fixed in the culture.’

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