University of Missouri System Faces Changes to Sexual Misconduct PolicyThe University of Missouri System could soon change how it investigates sexual discrimination, assault and harassment.
Derrick Washington Faces More Assault Complaints Ex-Mizzou running back denies allegations that surfaced in new ESPN report
McCaskill Gives Progress Report on Campus Sexual AssaultsSen. Claire McCaskill gives the public a report card of her recently launched sexual assault survey progress.
55 Schools Cited For Sexual Assault InvestigationEducation secretary Arne Duncan says 2 are in Illinois (Knox College & University of Chicago). None are in Missouri.
55 Schools Face US Federal Sex Assault ProbeSen. Claire McCaskill conducted a nationwide survey in which she asked colleges and universities to answer an 18 pages of questions on how they handle campus rape.
Sen. McCaskill Surveying Reporting of Campus Sexual AssaultsThe senator will survey 350 schools to learn how crimes are reported & investigated, how students are notified about services, and to gauge effectiveness of federal oversight and enforcement
Report: Mizzou Mishandled Swimmer Suicide CaseOutside firm suggests university didn't follow Title IX rules
Mo. Boy Facing Uphill Battle to Play Field HockeyMatt Bozdech of suburban St. Louis wants to play field hockey, but that's a problem in Missouri. It's a girls-only sport.
Money for College Athletes: Not If, But How
TIAM Weekend: Title IXDid Title IX result in more gold medals for Olympic women? Brian Kelly spoke with USA Today Columnist Christine Brennan.
Opinion: Olympic Gold To Celebrate The 40th Anniversary Of Title IXAs we celebrate these women's victories we must remember that Title IX created the opportunities for women to succeed in sports. When progressives push for public policy changes, that is what we seek: not guaranteed outcomes but guaranteed access.
As Title IX Turns 40, Legacy Goes Beyond Numbers