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University of Maryland might charge students $34 a year to help with their sexual assaults

That's right. The school's plan is to start charging students a mandatory fee to handle Title IX complaints because there are so many cases they can't afford to handle them all properly. For real. Are you openly weeping yet? I'm openly weeping, so I just assumed you were, too.
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