The woman reported the incident to university police that same day after friends encouraged her to do so.The next day, she reported the assault to Michigan State University’s Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, which initiated an investigation.He was notified of the ban on June 7, 2016, the complaint notes.But eight days later, MSU on Twitter invited Mumphery to an MSU-sponsored football camp as well as a school-sponsored golf outing, both of which were on campus.
These primary prevention programs include bystander education information, information on consent, applicable state and local laws and campus policies, and risk reduction strategies for individuals and communities.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff was an 18-year-old freshman during the 2014-15 school year when she encountered Mumphery, a fifth-year senior, on Tinder, a social media dating app, in December 2014.
Mumphery sent the plaintiff a text message the next spring, saying he was back in town and wanted to get together.
A few days later, after drinking with some friends in celebration of St.
Patrick’s Day, the plaintiff, while admittedly intoxicated, invited Mumphery to come to her dorm room, the suit says.