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Summary of Evidence Collected .................................................................................................... 3
RS

Allegations .......................................................................................................................... 4

RS

Com1nunications About Relevant Events ......................................................................... 14

Description of Apartment B ......................................................................... ............................. 16
Empire Messaging Group .................................. ,...................... ,................................................... 16
Evidence Related to

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Phone ............................................................................................... 17

Credibility of the Parties ............................................................................................................... 18
Finding on Incapacitation ............................................................................................................. 20
Evidence, Analyses and Conclusions Related to Each Accused Student ..................................... 20
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Summary ofFindings ................................................................................................................. 79

Conclusion ........................ ,........................................................................................................... 80

REL.EV ANT POLICIES
Sexual Assault
The University's Administrative Policy: Sexual Assault, Stalking and Relationship Violence
defines sexual assault as "[a]ctual, attempted or threatened sexual contact with another person
without that pe1·son,s affirmative consent." Affirmative consent is an "[i]nformed, freely and
affirmatively communicated willingness to patticipate in sexual activity that is expressed by
clear and unambiguous words o.r actions." Clear and unambiguous words or actions are those
that are freely and actively given by informed individuals and that a reasonable person in the
circumstances would believe communicate a willingness to pruticipate in a mutually agreed upon
sexual activity.

Sexual Harassment
The University's Administrative Policy: Sexual Harassment defines sexual harassment as
"[u]nwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and/or other verbal or physical
conduct of a sexual nature when: (1) [s]ubmission to such conduct is made either explicitly or
implicitly a te1m or condition of an individual's employment or academic advancement in. any
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