Wednesday, October 15, 2014

..." in fact, the reporter who wrote that story no longer works for the Los Angeles Times, following a retraction of one of his stories and questions about an apparent conflict of interest."

First see Cal students op ed: Sexual Assault Will Not Be Solved By Public Relations

Now remember Jason Felch?...- the Chasing Aphrodite guy who was looking into Title IX and all kinds of stuff happened, remember all the SF LA intrigue going on behind the scenes detailed out in The Wrap mentioned at LA Weekly, Washington Post, and at Columbia Journalism Review .

Anyway, he is mentioned in this UC Berkeley PR admin response: Combat Sexual Assault, Not Administration

-- Is UC Berkeley now claiming to have problems with that Felch article, too?

Another op ed It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better

Daily Bruin: Block speaks on vice chancellor position, Title IX investigation

... Block said he did not know if there are any specific new resources in response to the figures, but that he could get back to the board with specifics in the future.
Two discrimination prevention officers have been hired recently, though Block said he did not know their names off the top of his head.
Dirks addresses student-athletes at fireside chat
Remaking the University- On Sympathy and Professionalism and their FSM series there.
UC Regent Lansing comes up in this documentary on women in Hollywood-

- she discusses the feminist outrage over the development of a character named Alex from an ol' movie called Fatal Attraction. It was odd to hear that she did not anticipate the negative reaction given her history of reading scripts etc. Anyway, she makes comments at various points in the documentary regarding the challenges of a 'Hollywood career' for women.

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