Methodist College seeks to maintain a safe and healthy environment for faculty, staff, and students. Title IX of the Education Amendments of states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Sexual discrimination violates an individual's fundamental rights and personal dignity. The policies governing our investigative and accountability process are located in the Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment policy available on this website and in the Student and Employee handbooks.
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In the time of MeToo, the debate about how to handle sexual consent has become louder than ever. Many sexual encounters seem to take place in a so-called gray zone of miscommunication, denial, rationalization and, sometimes, regret. We wanted to explore that complexity when we asked college students for their stories of navigating this gray zone: what they anticipated, how they negotiated consent and processed the aftermath, and what advice they would give their younger selves. These are their stories.
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Attorney's Office. A federal jury on Tuesday found Michael Shawn Garrett, 44, guilty of attempted enticement of a minor for sex. Garrett solicited sex online from a boy who actually was an undercover Panama City Beach Police Department officer. He eventually was arraigned indicted by a federal grand jury and scheduled for a one-day trial.
Marine Col. Daniel Wilson was convicted of the sexual abuse of a child, six counts of conduct unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman and absence without leave last year. He was sentenced to 5 and a half years in prison and dismissed from service. Within six months, he was accused of molesting the children of a junior officer. During a court-martial last September, Wilson was convicted of the sexual abuse of a child, six counts of conduct unbecoming of an officer and a gentleman and absence without leave.