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They suggested she would get sued, and they were right.

Less than a month after Northwestern University philosophy students accused Prof.

He denies making sexual comments, claiming they were taken out of context, and said the staff members themselves initiated inappropriate sexual remarks.

Though I very much appreciate your strong defense of academic freedom — and of my right to publish potentially controversial opinions — in "Northwestern's betrayal of academic freedom," I'd like to take issue with a few elements of the piece.

I don't believe that Northwestern University had a choice...

An Ohio State University investigator found last year the then-chair of the university’s English department had “created a hostile work environment” that made female administrative staff feel “harassed and intimidated.” That English professor, Sebastian Knowles, is now a visiting professor at Northwestern for Spring Quarter 2015.

A series of interviews conducted by the investigator with department staff painted Knowles as “volatile” and described violations of Ohio State’s policies on sexual harassment and workplace violence.

Northwestern University broke a cardinal rule of campus litigation last week: it issued a press release responding to specific allegations in a student's lawsuit, which accuses the institution of violating Title IX and failing to discipline a tenured professor who sexually assaulted her.

"While Northwestern does not typically comment to the media on pending litigation," officials said in a statement, "the university has noted that this complaint included substantial inaccuracies, which have been reported in the media and commented upon by the plaintiff’s counsel who filed the lawsuit." Perhaps odder still, Northwestern admitted in the court filing it released that the professor, Peter Ludlow, did indeed violate the university's sexual harassment policy. Ludlow, after receiving sanctions including a pay freeze and prohibition of sexual relationships with students, which aren't normally banned at Northwestern, is on his way to a new university.

Communications professor Laura Kipnis recently was investigated for complaints that she violated the federal Title IX law against gender discrimination with her essay "Sexual Paranoia Strikes Academe."She was cleared in late May after a nearly three-month investigation by an outside law firm determined "that a preponderance of the evidence does not support the complaint allegations," Kipnis said, reading from the probe's findings."I am startled that anyone could think that Title IX could apply to (an essay)," Kipnis said of the piece that was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education in February.

"That seemed to me a real overreach."Title IX was enacted in 1972 to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity.

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