OPINION: DIII women’s sports deserve greater institutional support

Colleges have a responsibility to provide institutional support to Division III women’s athletes to help them make up for disparities in donations and networking opportunities, argues Madison Lewis PO ’23.

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CMC student groups condemn Ath speaker: ‘Too many of our peers are hurting’

Claremont McKenna College’s Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum hosted Northwestern University professor Laura Kipnis on Oct. 6. Known for controversial angles on sensitive subjects ranging from Title IX to “sexual politics on campus,” her invitation to speak attracted broad criticism from students who said it was detrimental to survivors and campus culture.

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6C Title IX policy revisions reflect order for formal grievance process, live hearings

The 6C Interim Title IX Policy was revised in late January in an effort to comply with an order mandated under the Trump administration.

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ASPC passes resolution addressing Title IX policy concerns, calls for trauma-informed support for survivors

ASPC unanimously passed a resolution addressing concerns and issues with the 6C interim Title IX policy introduced in August, ASPC President Payal Kachru PO ’21 announced in a Sept. 25 email.

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The Claremont Colleges announce revised, interim 6C Title IX policy

The Claremont Colleges’ new interim Title IX policy simplifies cross-campus cases, but some students, including Advocates, questioned the way in which the policy was drafted.

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5C athletes and coaches speak on gender diversity in 5C coaching staff

The majority of women’s teams at the Claremont Colleges are head coached by males. Athletes and coaches share differing perspectives.

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Harvey Mudd requires mentors to report sexual assaults to Title IX office

Harvey Mudd College mentors — older students who live in dorms with first years to support them and plan events — are now required to report to administrators any incidents of sexual assault and suicidal ideation about which they’re told, officials said.

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