August 10th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

Once again, the public is getting bits and pieces of the Baylor sexual assault scandal from court filings rather than from a full accounting that the school owes students, alumni and donors. It’s a haphazard, incomplete way of getting to the truth. And the released documents increasingly paint an ugly picture of the administration’s role in this tragedy. In a motion filed Thursday on behalf of a group of former students suing the school under Title IX, the Jane Does’ lawyers accused Baylor of concealing records involving its judicial affairs and police departments. “Multiple senior Baylor administrators knew about a serial sexual assault assailant” in the fall of 2011, but failed to act, according to the court filings.  There’s a strong theme running through the motion that, in fact, the administrators knew long before anyone in the athletics department. -Sharon Grigsby, Dallas Morning News, Read More

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