When the Yale Bulldogs take the court in the NCAA Basketball Tournament this week, they’ll be without one of the key players who got them to the big dance. Former team captain Jack Montague was expelled in February after allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman last fall. Now, the senior who was three months shy of earning his degree says he’s suing the school, the New York Post reports.These are the Crazy Years, and in many ways, they're crazier than anything Robert Heinlein ever anticipated.
The allegations stem from incidents involving a relationship Montague had with a woman in October 2014. Montague’s attorney, Max Stern, issued a statement, saying that the dispute between Montague and the woman is over one of four sexual encounters they had. He claims it was consensual, while she says otherwise.
A complaint was filed on the woman’s behalf on Nov. 18, 2015. A panel of the Yale University-Wide Committee ruled in her favor, and then the university provost upheld the ruling. The school expelled Montague on February 10.... Police say there are no criminal charges filed against Montague, and there is currently no investigation, according to the NY Post.
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Universities are unsafe spaces for men
There is no way that I would recommend any young man attend an American university at this point. Especially not a "good school":