After The State’s report, USC announces new steps to address sex harassment cases

Sunday, March 14, 2021
The State

University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen announced several new steps the school will take in addressing cases of sexual assault and harassment on campus, two days after The State published a story Friday reporting that 10 women have alleged since 2017 that the school failed to effectively respond to claims of sexual harassment. The paper examined those allegations through court records, interviews and internal USC documents.

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