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Professor’s Conduct

A student’s Title IX claims against the Ohio University can proceed, a federal court in the state ruled, because the school had been warned by at least three other students that one of its professors gave favors to students he was sexually attracted to and continually sought relationships with them. 

ATHENS, Ohio – A student’s Title IX claims against the Ohio University can proceed, a federal court in the state ruled, because the school had been warned by at least three other students that one of its professors gave favors to students he was sexually attracted to and continually sought relationships with them. 

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