Yale recently announced in its semi-annual report on sexual conduct that six students were found guilty of sexual assault in the latter half of the past school year. None of the students were expelled. Rather, one was suspended for two semesters, four were given “written reprimands” and one was put on probation. Yale is currently under fire, as this report follows closely in the wake of other universities with a similar lack of discipline when it comes to sexual conduct cases. Yale was also recently required to pay $155,000 to the Education Department for improper reporting of sexual assault cases.
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