Written by Youngweon Lee
July 29, 201810:28 pm 1 Comments
Rats? Don’t know her. Hewitt Dining Hall has an A health rating now. A legend. We don’t deserve her. I always believed in her even when the haters looked down on her. I knew she could make this comeback.
We have reached out to Barnard for comment and will update this post if we receive a statement.
Update July 30th, 2018 9:50 PM: We have received a statement from Barnard:
Read the statement after the jump
Tags: cc athletes please stay away we dont need more people overcrowding the only non crowded dining hall in the school, hewitt has great avocado toast, i love hewitt, if u are a hater u dont deserve hewitt, if u cant handle her at her B u dont deserve her at her A
Written by Betsy Ladyzhets
July 29, 201812:09 pm 3 Comments
This past Thursday, a Manhattan federal jury ruled that Geert Bekaert, a professor of economics at the Columbia Business School, is liable for retaliation against Enrichetta Ravina, a former researcher and assistant professor in the department, after she refused his sexual advances.
As reported in the New York Times, Bekaert worked with Ravina on her research, which involved data to which Bekaert had access. During meetings on this research project, Bekaert delayed Ravina’s work and made sexual advances towards her. Bekaert allegedly “told her of his sexual exploits and preferences, touched her inappropriately and asked that she call him ‘sexy.'”
Ravina reported this behavior to Columbia administrators. Columbia first gave Ravina a paid leave for the 2015-2016 academic year and accelerated her tenure process, then revoked that leave and denied her tenure a couple of months later. Meanwhile, Bekaert disparaged Ravina in emails to colleagues, calling her “incredibly evil,” “insane,” “unstable,” “schizophrenic” and an “incredibly mean b.”
Ravina filed two lawsuits in March 2016, accusing Bekaert and Columbia of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation and seeing up to $30 million in damages. Last week, a Manhattan jury ruled that Bakaert is liable for retaliation and the university is liable for responsibility in that retaliation. However, the jury did not find Bakaert or Columbia liable for gender discrimination.
In the next week, the jury will hear arguments on emotional and economic hardship Ravina suffered due to Bekaert and the university’s actions, and damages will be determined.
Tags: at least they're holding columbia liable on one charge, columbia business school, lawsuit!, sexual harassment
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