As Title IX became a fact of campus life in the 2010s, commentators across the political spectrum objected to having a secret police govern sexual activity in educational institutions.
"Relieved, excited, free!" the distinguished constitutional law scholar Ilya Shapiro told me when I asked him how he felt after resigning from Georgetown University's Center for the Constitution.
Some have hailed Shapiro's apparent triumph over cancel culture, but the outcome is, as he describes it, at best a "technical victory."
Regardless of the legal outcome, Professor Katz can take comfort in Princeton's grotesque myopia.
Lebanese Twitter lit up on May 15, when the country held parliamentary elections.
Across the country, since 2014 there have been more than 700 civil rights lawsuits over investigations of supposed "discriminatory harassment."