Brigham Young University announced sweeping changes Wednesday in how it will respond to students who report sexual assault, saying it will restructure the school’s Title IX Office and grant amnesty to victims who disclose Honor Code violations.
The history of BYU’s Honor Code: From ‘an institution practically without rules’ to one that exterminates ‘beetles, beatniks or buzzards,’ and beyond
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Former student Madi Barney’s complaint spurs federal investigation into BYU’s handling of sex-assault reports
As an 18-year-old arriving on Brigham Young University’s Provo campus in the mid-1980s, Anne assumed that students there
E.M. recalls being shaken by her freshman-year boyfriend’s patchy affection for her — his sudden swings from adoration to contempt.
‘I thought I was the only one’: BYU protesters say they’ve been shamed by Honor Code practices, demand change