A trial in the legal confrontation between the College and the parents of John Fiocco Jr. has been postponed until May 7, according to a court official.
It’s true. Commuters don’t get the same experience that residents do. But that doesn’t mean College life has to suck, either.
A jury may find that security gaps in Wolfe Hall reflected gross negligence on the College’s part, the court decided.
A court document summarizes the Fiocco case and the beginning of the lawsuit.
The first trial date in the court dispute between the College and the parents of John Fiocco Jr. has been rescheduled to Feb. 6.
The future of a three-year-old civil suit against the College by the parents of John Fiocco Jr. rests on an impending decision by the case judge.
The female student, who initially reported that she was attacked at knifepoint near Forcina Hall, has revised her statement, according to Matthew Golden, vice president for College advancement.
A female student who initially reported that she was sexually assaulted at knifepoint on Aug. 31 near Forcina Hall has told authorities that the attack occurred off-campus and that there was no weapon involved, according to a College spokesperson.
As the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 passes us by, Editor-in-Chief Matt Huston examines what it means for our generation.