The revised policy is the result of a five-month long investigation by the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights and was triggered by a former WMU honor student who filed a complaint with the OCR in February 2013.
AKRON — A federal judge has dismissed a civil rights lawsuit filed by the family of a college student who committed suicide after being arrested on drug charges. Judge Sara Lioi of U.S. District Court in Akron agreed with Summit County in rejecting the lawsuit filed by the family of University of Akron student Charles Read More...
After their son's suicide, Charles and Debi Mahoney learned that officials at his college had discussed his downward spiral but never alerted his parents. The family's suit against the school has raised questions about student privacy laws.
Worried that his friend might kill himself, one of Nathan Conner’s roommates called campus police to their apartment on the Wright State University campus. Told that Conner threatened to kill himself with helium, officers checked on the Jonathan Alder High School honors graduate and confirmed that he had a tank of helium. But they concluded he was not suicidal.
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