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Chris Robison was accused of sexual battery last December. During the investigation, FAU's Office of Equity, Inclusion and Compliance broke federal law. Meanwhile,
the alleged victim ensued months of emotional repercussions. Illustration by Ivan Benavides

FAU allegedly violates crime reporting law in QB sexual battery investigation

August 31, 2019

An FAU student says quarterback Chris Robison raped her. She felt guilty for it, so she told police it never happened — then told FAU it did. A lawyer says FAU was right in clearing Robison, but how they told her about their decisions might’ve violated a federal law.

The Women and Gender Equity Resource Center is located on the second floor of the breezeway above the food court.
Photo by Max Jackson

Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts conversation on LGBT dating violence

October 29, 2017

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ODMA) hosted a meeting for students to learn about issues affecting LGBTQ+ couples at the ...