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  • But a news release by some who signed it detailed what they called the university's "inadequate response to a long trend of public sexual harassment," including the chanting last fall by pledges of Delta Kappa Epsilon.

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  • He was referring to the university's rape research, prevention efforts, crisis center and awareness campaigns -- initiatives that deal with rape head-on at a time when it is often easier for universities to simply ignore.

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  • He calls the university's environment "spiritually violent."

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  • More than 137 students at Damascus University, where students staged a small protest last week, have been referred to the university's disciplinary committee, Insan's Mr. Tarif said.

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  • Call your university's career services office and check to see if they have an organized program like this.

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  • There are signs all around saying, "Welcome Home, Aggie" referring to the university's students and sports teams.

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  • Related, the team should be subject to a probationary period during which a university administrator, with no prior connection to the team, acts as a disciplinary czar for the team, ensuring that any violations get referred to the university's disciplinary process.

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  • "Knowing that someone else got from here to there brightened many of my days at Purdue," Voss said at the time, referring to the university's earlier astronaut alums. Top headlines

  • Krazy George got into it with Washington about the Wave before the 20th anniversary, and has called the university's athletic director and president over the years, along with various media outlets. Front Page

  • The football program Gee often referred to as the "university's budget running up and down the field" would soon be under N.C.A.A. investigation for apparent rules violations that included players selling memorabilia for cash and tattoos.

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