When the couple broke up in November 2016, the suit says, Jane filed a complaint with the University, alleging John was harassing her and inundating her with texts threatening suicide.“Rather than recognize the needs of a suicidally depressed student, the University placed her complaint in the category of its ‘Sexual Assault, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Stalking, and/or Hostile Environment Policies,’” John’s complaint alleges.
From here, John’s complaint describes a supposedly flawed, discriminatory investigation process that was “motivated on the basis of sex.” In the filing, John alleges the university ignored video evidence of the “vindictive” motives of his ex-girlfriend.
They like things that are related to their religion and how they are always using Catholicism to guide their actions (even if just for the sake of appearing to be more Catholic than they really are).
They like things that pertain to their academic plight and how they firmly believe that Notre Dame is one of the most prestigious schools in the world (and how each of them is personally the smartest and most clever person one could ever meet).
I was hoping to ask a few specific questions here and have them be answered by current ND students or recent grads.
Info about myself: I consider myself very outgoing and very social.
In 2017, the University of Miami, Cornell, the University of Texas, Clemson, and Purdue University have all faced similar lawsuits. In fact most of the reverse discrimination cases filed in recent years are still pending or have settled quietly, Kimberly Lau, an attorney who has has represented over 100 students in college disciplinary proceedings, told The Daily Beast.“Maybe a few actually get decided by the court on the merits but they’re mostly settled.
To current students: How wild (and I mean "wild" in every sense of the word) does ND get? I have also read on several forums that sexual hookups are very very uncommon and face judgement from some other students. My family and current community doesn't really have any problem with the idea of premarital sex (especially in college) so I don't know if I would experience culture shock upon attending ND. I honestly find it somewhat hard to believe that a grand majority of college students would commit to complete abstinence, but I suppose I could be wrong.
Maybe I am getting the wrong impression that ND is super super strict – I understand that internet opinions can often be very extreme and inaccurate.
They like things that have to do with their dorms and the crazy things that happen when a random collection of individuals is brought together to create a long-lasting community.
Notre Dame Students like things that are related to drinking and how, no matter how hard they work, they still know how to party hard. Notre Dame Students like their football and the tradition-filled Saturdays that made the school what it is today.
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