"Misconceptions, myths, and outright lies," claims the Boston Globe regarding the rationales that underlie the proposed Title IX amendments. The question is whether the regulations, which govern university "sexual assault" hearings, need amendment, or whether they are fine just the way they are.1 We can all agree that we must find the right set of rules to eliminate campus sexual assaults; however, the current rules often create more problems than solutions. Let's discuss the "True", the "Too Far," and the "Misunderstood" of the Boston Globe piece.
The Urban Meyer saga seems to have reached its end with the coach returning to the team this week. It's time to look back on our initial analysis of the situation and compare it to that of The Ohio State Investigative Board's published findings.
The college football world was rocked yesterday with the report that Ohio State Football Coach Urban Meyer has been put on paid leave pending an investigation into alleged domestic violence by one of his (now former) assistant coaches. Mr. Meyer is not alleged to have committed domestic violence, so you may be wondering how this story may implicate him. The answer lies in the school's Title IX Policy, and in particular the Title IX language in Mr. Meyer's new contract that he signed in April 2018.