Feds Probe Whether Texas A&M Discriminates Against Men In Sex Cases

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The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights is investigating whether Texas A&M University went too far when it suspended a male student accused of assaulting a female classmate. The Texas Tribune says that focus surprised officials at A&M, a university that has been praised by student groups for its work to curb sexual
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