BYU Pres. Worthen talks about changes to how school handles sexual assault cases

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  • analogismos

    i guess a plan to see if it is feasible to make a plan to fix a broken process is better than nothing.

  • TBM

    SO Busted!!! Just like BYU’s sexual conversion therapy. We only find out about these things well after they harmed many people. Now they need to stop expelling students for leaving the faith.

    • BOB

      Why your interest in “conversion therapy,” which is also known as “reparative therapy”? Do you have problem you’d like to bring up?

  • Moderator

    Is this a church film. They interviewer clearly had an agenda. He was interviewed either at BYU’s PR department. Or the Church office building. What a sham!

  • Razor

    As Dalin Oaks said “We do not apologize” So don’t look for an “I’m sorry about disciplining students when reporting sexual assault”.

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