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Harvey Weinstein arrives at a Manhattan courthouse during jury deliberations in his rape trial on Feb. 24.John Minchillo / AP file / NBC News
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From Riches to Prison: How Harvey Weinstein Will End Up Behind Bars

“An old dinosaur learning new ways” is one way to describe Harvey Weinstein, according to his ex-consulting lawyer, Lisa Bloom. Weinstein, 67, a once successful but now disgraced American film producer and one of the original co-founders of well known production and distribution company, Miramax, is currently facing a series of sexual assault charges dating […]

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CUNY LaGuardia faces sex scandal: The cost of a good grade

Professors demanding that their students have inappropriate relationships with them in exchange for good grades has become an alarming recent trend across the CUNY system. Earlier this year, professors at CUNY John Jay College were ousted and arrested after allegedly involving their female students in a drug-and-prostitution ring. Now, it seems a similar problem is […]

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John Jay Scandal Emphasizes Importance of SPARC Training

Professors at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice sparked a scandal when they were ironically exposed for their illegal involvement in drug-and-prostitution activities this past September. The allegations, made by two former female students at the college, were brought straight to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the state Inspector General, according to “The […]

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Brooklyn College professor states that sexual assault is a “rite of passage” for men

An associate professor working at the Brooklyn College Koppelman School of Business has fallen under major scrutiny amongst both faculty and students alike for his inappropriate comments regarding sexual assault and men that were said in regards to the Brett Kavanaugh scandal that dominated news headlines several months ago.   Mitchell Langbert wrote the blog […]

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CERRU OP-ED: Tip of the Iceberg

On the couch, Gary lays sprawled out, a game controller in his hand, images from “Grand Theft Auto” flashing on the screen. Brooke, his girlfriend, is in the kitchen. She walks into the living room, and in a low voice filled with so many underlying emotions, she asks, “Gary, can you please help me do […]

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Brett Kavanaugh: The Controversial Supreme Court Nominee

“I’m innocent. This thing was sprung on me. This thing was sprung at the last minute,” replied Judge Kavanaugh while testifying at a senate hearing regarding the assault of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. This is a case that has resulted in strong emotional responses throughout the nation. All over America, everyone was talking about the […]

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CERRU OP-ED: Sexplore with Sexploration this Semeste

QC Sexploration and Information Group, your favorite (and only) QC Peer Sex Education Team, is back for another year of research and events! As always, be sure to check out our Annual Sex Day in February – but in the meantime, there are lots of other opportunities to get involved, participate, ask questions, and learn. […]

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