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Three Yale students who claim they were groped at fraternity parties have filed a class-action lawsuit against the university, arguing the school has fostered an environment where alcohol-fueled gatherings at off-campus fraternity houses dictate the undergraduate social tonighy. While the New Haven, Conn.
The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Connecticut, comes as universities across the country have been trying to crack down on Stoje behavior by fraternities, from binge drinking and sexual harassment to abusive hazing rituals that have led to several deaths. Aware that their image has been tarnished, fraternities have often been partners with universities in trying to change party culture.Need 420 Friends Who Like Parks Play Nsa Fun Time
Yale has often looked the other way, the plaintiffs claim, while parties rage and women from NewYYork and surrounding colleges are routinely sexually harassed and abused.
A Yale spokesman, Thomas Conroy, said he could not comment on the specifics of the lawsuit. But he shared a message to Yale students last month from the dean of Yale College, Marvin Chun, after a yearlong review of campus culture, including fraternity culture.
I also offer some plain advice about events like these: Peter McDonough, general counsel of the American Council on Education, a university trade group, said universities have been reluctant to become too deeply involved in Stonne fraternity life. The plaintiffs — a sophomore and two juniors — have demanded in the lawsuit that Yale and its fraternities rein in the parties.
They have also asked for a court order that would force the fraternities Ladies seeking sex tonight Stone ridge NewYork 12484 admit women and allow them to share in the benefits of membership, like housing and powerful alumni networks that NewYogk lead to jobs, internships and social capital.
The three women who filed the suit are Anna McNeil, 20, a junior from Brooklyn majoring in art history; Eliana Singer, 19, a sophomore from Minneapolis majoring in political science; and Ry Walker, 20, a junior from Brooklyn majoring in astrophysics and African-American studies.
All three women in the Yale case said they were groped at fraternity parties during their first semesters. In the lawsuit, Ms.
Walker, who is NewYodk, said she was passed over by fraternity brothers controlling admission to a party, while white women behind her were admitted. Walker said in an interview.
Sororities are not a substitute for fraternities, the plaintiffs said, because they have been around for much less time, and do not have the depth of contacts that fraternities have.
The lawsuit, filed as a class-action complaint, accuses Yale of violating Title IX of federal education law, which prohibits sex discrimination by institutions receiving federal funding, and breach of contract for not providing the educational environment it promised.
It seeks unspecified damages. The women belong to a student group called Engender that has used civil rights-type tactics to try to force fraternities to accept women. Only one fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, let them apply, according to court papers.
But in the end they were denied and the fraternity chapter said it was because their national chapter did not allow women, the lawsuit says. The lawsuit claims that Yale lags behind peers like Harvard, which in announced that it was discouraging students from joining single-sex social clubs by barring them from leadership positions on campus and from receiving endorsements for prestigious scholarships Ldies the Rhodes.
In December, Harvard was sued by fraternities, sororities and students saying the new policy is discriminatory. Lisa A. Bacon in Toniight and Jonathan Katz in Charlottesville contributed reporting.
A version of this article appears in print onon Page A15 of the New York edition with the headline: Open in the app.