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05:36 min | 4 months ago

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"Levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached Illinois from nineteen seventy five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty, three wins or the most in program history back in two Thousand Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W. I l. l., and he talked about being offered as first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said well I have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job but you'd have to do one thing you'd have to have to agree to Tame I've had black by coach black players all the time and not gonNA tote coach a total white tame. Henson led Illinois to the NCAA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in one thousand, nine, hundred, four, he was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in two thousand fifteen that was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named Lou Hinson Court in his honor. Thirteen years after the University of Illinois Banish Champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the.

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"wally catalysis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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04:39 min | 4 months ago

"wally catalysis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In May, , the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. . Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. . The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. . She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. . So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. . The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, , and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. . So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. . The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. . Now, , they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. . This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. . More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. . She says, , if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. . Title Nine Coordinator. . Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. . We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, , and she says, , the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. . So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. . The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, , they're much better equipped to handle their case load. . Now, , the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, , thousand, , thirty three to be exact and. . The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. . She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. . There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. . So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, , you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. . Many concerns made it into the final regulations. . Patel says, , the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, , but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. . So they didn't have a chance to comment. . One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. . Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. . Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. . State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, , we have a state law that says, , you cannot cross examiner one another. . This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the , federal. . Regulations. . You must cross examine each other in public comment. . It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, , and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. . Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. . General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. . Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen. .

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How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools

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04:39 min | 4 months ago

How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools

"In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen.

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"wally catalysis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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09:20 min | 5 months ago

"wally catalysis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome to statewide, I'm Shawn Crawford on the wave restaurants are now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses say they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about his role in the Manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired will here by the University of Illinois Mascot Chief Allina whack won't go away at least for some that and more this hour on statewide. Up I this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships travel jobs, keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Kathleen Matthews had big plans the summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. All of that was canceled due to the novel coronavirus. She moved back in with her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead, I took calculus to definitely a bummer. Cova Nineteen canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment many schools. Illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade the University of Illinois at our banish Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer Alina. Callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double major I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that I. Just WanNa Make Time Loyola and other local private universities. Say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty thin. So I kind of really needed this. Am I gonNA live. because. It got cancelled. My resume would have been like baseball club, not very filling a on depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Grazziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. There's a live you can get from even just small talk at the office just and sometimes via 'cause it's Kinda hard like to get across my personality as I want to our own, it's like hard to like trae myself to you and over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen-year-old Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown. Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in Highschool, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship. Opportunities he was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income. That's also helping him build toward his career. I honestly feel like, I'm lucky because you know not everybody gets this opportunity especially at my age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive the summer he's tacked on two summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate Mickey Wbz News. In May, the Department of Education. Made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter Midland with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn head on nine on its head a civil rights law says they. Raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for around twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment to especially as many schools move. To more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a classroom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University Title Nine Coordinator Sarah Gardner says, they do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see. Okay. Even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could. Ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make difference holders schools account. Well, at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves. Fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis there were more than one hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they they continue to move forward Sarah Garner and you were one of the many schools that Senate comments unfortunately, not many of. Our concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could. Dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tells us that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title line changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner says, we have a state law that says you cannot cross examined one another. This is the sexual violence higher education. Act however now the federal regulations. Say, you must cross each other in public comment. It stated this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General Cuomo Rahul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Henson has died. He was eighty eight he coached at Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty, three wins or the most in program history back in two Thousand Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W..

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03:49 min | 6 months ago

"wally catalysis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic the university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long is so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis there were more than. A hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they they continue to move forward Syra Garner, and in a you were one of the many schools that scented comments I'm harshly many of our concerns made it into the Final Regulation Patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment. If survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school battelle that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner. At nyu, says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examine one another. This is the providing sexual act however now, the federal regulations they you must cross examine each other in public comment it stated that this. Turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General Quamrul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues. Advocates say process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach. Lou. has died he was eighty eight. He coached Illinois from Nineteen, seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty three wins the most in program history back in two. Thousand. Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W. I l. l. and he talked about being offered as first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said, well, I have one thing that bothers me and. I'll probably accept his job, but you'd have to do one thing that I'd have to agree to. Tame I've had black by coach black players all the time and not gonNA tote coach. Total White Tame. Henson led Illinois to the NCAA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in nineteen eighty four, he was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in two thousand fifteen. That was the same year the floor at the state farm center was named. Lou Hinson. Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois. Champaign retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character Lee gains with Illinois newsroom has this report..

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09:20 min | 6 months ago

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"Welcome to statewide I'm Shawn Crawford on the wave restaurants are now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses say they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about a little role in the Manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired will here by the University of Illinois Mascot Chief Allina, Weck won't go away at least for some that more this hour on statewide. I this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships travel jobs, keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Kathleen Matthews had big plans this summer, she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. Of that was canceled due to the novel coronavirus. She moved back in with her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took calculus to definitely a bummer. Cova nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many schools in Illinois. Have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade the University of Illinois at our Banish Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double majoring I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future. I want to study abroad and things like that and I just WanNa make time Loyola and other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships, they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler, university and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year Zamir was pretty thin. So I kind of really needed this. Am I gonNa Live Because it got cancelled resume. Mike Baseball Club. Not Very filling and depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Graziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely a lot you can get from even just small talk at the office just and sometimes video caused Kinda hard to like to get across my personality is I want to I don't like hard to like trae myself to you over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old manny. Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship. opportunities. He was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income. That's also helping him build toward his career. I also feel like unless you because you know not everybody gets this opportunity especially like MIA age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked on summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transfer to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate. Mickey WBZ News. In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine Regulations Peter Medlin with w. j reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations change the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe, pervasive and objectively offensive she while tells the Director of Justice for student survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of total religious turn Ted. On Nine on its head as a civil rights law says, they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for around twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program activity that might not be enough. So that means some students would be forced to endure repeated. An escalating loves of abuse before they can get help the new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment that happened off campus now. They'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment too especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith. FERBER is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered, but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered at Northern Illinois University title. Nine Coordinator Sarah, Gardner. Says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our school. We can't count on the government. So all we can count on students and student power to really make a difference in holder schools accountable at. Students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and that the process was slow and apathetic the university hired another coordinator. Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy is trying to justify why. The changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Gardner, and you were one of the many schools that Senate comments I'm harshly many of our concerns made it into the Final Regulation Patel says the provisions were largely. Unchanged from what was proposed but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't. Plan to re-enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tells us that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change the wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner at nyu says. State. Law that says, you cannot cross examine what another this is the element preventing sexual violence act however now the federal regulations as you must cross examine each other in public comment it stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. kwami Raoul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says, they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for school conducting the investigation and Peter Bubba. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached at Illinois from Nineteen, seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty three wins the most in program history back in Twenty Fifteen Hinson spoke with member, station W..

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"Up I this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships trampled jobs keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Caz Leigh Matthews had big plans the summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. All of that was canceled due to the novel coronavirus she moved back in with her parents in Chicago's Lincoln. Park neighborhood. So instead I took calculus to definitely a bummer. Cove in nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many Schools Illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students try to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade, the University of Illinois her Bana Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer, Alina. Callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially, double majoring would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that and I just WanNa make time Loyola and other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships, they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler, university and dedicated previous summer to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty thin. So I kinda really need this. Am I gonNA. Live. Got Cancelled by resume would have been like baseball in a club, not very filling and depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Grazziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely a wide you can get from even just small talk at the officers and sometimes video caused Kinda hard to like to get across my personality as I want to. I don't know it's hard to portray myself to you and over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old Manny Gonzales who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in Highschool which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship. -tunities he was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income that's also helping him build toward his career. I honestly feel like unlucky because you know not everybody gets this opportunity especially at my age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked on summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate McGee wbz News. In May the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter. Madeleine with W. J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies ask sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Potala's the Director of Justice for student survivors at the national. Women's law center these rules kind of in total religious turn Ted nine. On its head as a civil rights law says they raised the threshold. Of what schools can choose to ignore and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened campus. Now, they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment too especially as many schools move to more virtual. Instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is astute engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a classroom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University Title Nine Coordinator Sarah Garner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see. Okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases. That they choose to and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools and we can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students in student power to really make a difference holder schools account law at nyu students held protests last year on the basis of the University of mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic the university hire another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle the caseload. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit. into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document so long is so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy, devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Gardner and you were one of the many schools that Senate comments Parsley that many of our concerns. Made it into the Final Regulations Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment. The survivor already graduated or they transferred, or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases. When the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tells us that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the title and changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law one forces though is going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner at nyu says, we have a state law that says you cannot cross examined another. This is the information sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal regulations they. You must examine each other in public comment. It stated that this could quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General Kwami Raoul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner, they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died he was eighty eight. He coached at Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty, three wins or the most in program history back in two Thousand Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W..

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"Crawford. On the wave restaurants are now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses, they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about Illinois its role in the Manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired here by the University of Illinois as Mascot Chief Allina awake won't go away at least for some that and more this hour on statewide. Up I this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships traveled jobs, keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Kathleen Matthews had big plans this summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina, studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. All of that was canceled due to the novel coronavirus she moved back in with. Her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took calculus to definitely a bummer Cova nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment many schools in Illinois have a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade the University of Illinois at her banished champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double major I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that and I just WanNa make time Loyola and other local private university. Say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to? For those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident. Joe. Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships, they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year resume was pretty thin. So I kind of really needed this am I gonNA live. Because it got cancelled would have been Mike Baseball, club, not very filling and depends heavily on its interns. Traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Graziano says, he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. There's a y you can get from even just small talk at the office just and sometimes video 'cause it's Kinda. Hard to like to get across my personality is I want to I don't know it's hard to portray myself to you and over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with group Genesis. Works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship opportunities. He was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income that's also helping him build toward his career. I honestly feel like unlucky because you know not everybody gets this opportunity especially at my age having like these big companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive. He's tacked onto summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate McGee wbz News. In May. The Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter Madeleine with W, and I J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. Chihuahua Patel is the director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules in total religious turn Ted. On Nine on its head, a civil rights law says they raised the. Threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been place for twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a programmer activity that might not be enough. So that means some students would be forced to endure repeated. An escalating loves of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment that happened off campus. Now, they'd has to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools moved to more virtual instruction during. The pandemic faith FERBER is a student engagement organizer with no, you're nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in Class Zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered at Northern Illinois University Title Nine Coordinator Sarah, Gardner says, they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see. Okay. Even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we gonNA, address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases that they. Choose to and she says the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference and holders schools account at a U. students held protests last year on the basis that the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the. Last. Thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma facialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the were significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Garner and I you were one of the many schools that Senate comments I'm harshly not many of our. Concerns made it into the final regulation. Patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's they dropped out of school because they were sexually suggestive and they don't plan to enroll and colleges could dismiss cases. When the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the School Patel says that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title nine changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law. One forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner and I use says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examine one another..

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