The report, which was likely funneled through the university's Title IX office, notes the accuser said she was raped at a party at the Fiji house in December 2015. The investigation is listed as inactive.
The changes, announced at a student government meeting Sep. 1, come after demonstrators gathered outside of the Fiji house on four consecutive nights after a 17-year-old UNL student told police she was raped by a 19-year-old member of the fraternity. An investigation into that allegation is ongoing.
Troopers discovered 75 violations of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and state law. The vehicles were taken out of service for reasons including bad brakes or tires or other problems that pose immediate safety risks.
NU will expand resources for its Title IX process, as well as employees who are points of contact for those wishing to report sexual misconduct, and will boost mental health and wellness resources, as well as resources for survivors.
A Black man was waiting to turn in a job application at an Arby’s restaurant in Oregon when Nolan Levi Strauss cut him across his neck, according to court records. The cut to the victim's jugular vein required 50 stitches.
Three teens were detained and later cited for their alleged roles in the incident, according to police. The vandalism caused damage to vehicles and the fraternity house that has become a lighting rod at UNL.
In a complaint, Phi Gamma Delta argued it was punished and retaliated against for its members’ political viewpoints and protected political speech after members allegedly harassed participants of the 2017 Women’s March.