Sexual misconduct reported in men’s residence hall

first_imgThe Title IX Office notified the Notre Dame Police Department (NDPD) on Tuesday of a report of sexual misconduct in a “north side men’s residence hall,” NDPD announced in a Wednesday email to the campus community.The male suspect “engaged in non-consensual sexual contact as defined in du Lac” with a female victim, according to the email. The email said the victim knew her attacker. The alleged incident took place Friday.Information about sexual assault prevention and resources for survivors of sexual assault are available online from NDPD and the Title IX office.Tags: Notre Dame Police Department, sexual misconduct, Title IX Officelast_img

Mancini: United deserve title

first_img It has long been simply a matter of when rather than if United would clinch a 20th top-flight title, which made the moment itself less hard to take for the City boss. The Italian said: “It was over three, four, five games ago, not mathematically but it was over. They deserve to win this title, many congratulations to Manchester United for the work they did this season. “They did better than us, they won a lot of games in a row, it was really difficult. We should be also realistic. If there is one team that did better than you, you can do nothing.” City’s defeat by Tottenham last weekend gave Manchester United the chance to reclaim the trophy against Aston Villa on Monday, and they coasted to a 3-0 win. Mancini said: “It doesn’t change this. They deserve to win this title because they won a lot of games in a row. The crucial moment was when we played QPR, Liverpool, Southampton. That moment we had big problems with our players injured. We lost key points. United have more attitude than us, as a club, as a team.” Roberto Mancini insists his confidence has not been knocked by seeing Manchester City lose their Premier League title with five games left to play.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more