The College received a three-year, $299,305 continuation grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to preemptively counter and respond to acts of sexual violence on[…]
On Jul. 24, 2015, a student was expelled from the College for an alleged sexual assault charge against a non-Middlebury student. The incident allegedly took[…]
Public Safety released its annual Security and Fire Safety Report on Wednesday Oct. 1, which noted an increase in the number of forcible sexual offenses from five in 2012 to seventeen in 2013.
In a change to existing College policy on adjudicating sexual misconduct, the Sexual Misconduct Review Panel (SMRP) was eliminated in August. The SMRP, which had[…]
Sexual assault on college campuses made national news last week when Tufts University was found noncompliant with Title IX for mishandling complaints of sexual assault.[…]
As April winds to a close, the College wraps up a month of events focused on raising awareness about sexual assault. April is Sexual Assault[…]
On Wednesday, Feb. 13 from 10 p.m. to midnight, the College celebrated Middlebury Rises, one of many events worldwide dedicated to ending violence against[…]
On April 10, the Sexual Assault Oversight Committee (SAOC) presented a new sexual misconduct policy to the Student Government Association (SGA). This presentation was part[…]