The College will take all steps necessary to stop the misconduct, prevent its recurrence, and offer appropriate remedies to address its effects on those involved.
Haverford respects the privacy of students who seek help and/or report incidents of sexual misconduct, but cannot guarantee confidentiality in all cases. (Only certain professionals with statutory confidentiality [e.g., licensed mental health professionals and ordained clergy] can guarantee confidentiality.) Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) obligate the College to stop sexual misconduct, remedy its effects and take steps to prevent its recurrence.
One student on Unigo said, "My friends in the natural sciences in particular seemed to spend most of their waking hours working on problem sets or in the labs." Maybe their busy schedules are the reason they have a ninja Valentine delivery system that doubles as a charity fundraiser—with those study schedules, who has time to hand out their own valentines, particularly when ninjas can do it for you?
When Swarthmore students aren’t turning romantic holidays into an excuse to role-play, they are attentively taking notes in class.
Students subjected to sexual misconduct are encouraged to explore all options available to them—including internal College judicial processes, or external civil litigation or criminal charges. Students who believe they have experienced sexual misconduct may choose to contact directly medical, psychological or judicial personnel on or off campus indicated on the How to Get Help page, but if the individual is in physical danger, or has physical injuries which require immediate attention, she/he should call Campus Safety or 911, and a Campus Safety/police officer will respond right away.
Haverford will investigate all complaints of sexual misconduct in a full, reliable and impartial manner.
We will explore the foundations of current relationships one-on-one or with a significant other.
Following up on their Valentine’s Day campaign to “Bring Dating Back” to college, campus advocates of traditional sexual ethics plan to host events on the theme for the remainder of the academic year. Check out this review of the Princeton Anscombe Society’s event on dating with Dr. Jb HAThe Anscombe Society Posted by Love and Fidelity Network on Friday, February 26, 2016Students at Swarthmore, the University of Pittsburgh, Biola, James Madison University, Georgetown, Catholic University of America and St.
Anselm handed out candy and flowers during the week to start conversations about the importance of dating the right way.
The College is committed to helping students affected by sexual misconduct deal with its impact, and has many resources available to do so.
It is also committed to providing educational, preventative and training programs regarding sexual misconduct.