University of Tulsa president speaks against sexual assaults
September 28, 2017
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The University of Tulsa's campus security department has a standing order: Dr. Gerard Clancy wants to be telephoned immediately — even in the middle of the night — if one of his students is sexually assaulted.
"It's very upsetting; you don't sleep the rest of the night. But I want the student — the victim — and their parents to know I'm involved and I care enough about it to want to know right away," Clancy said. "I need to be disturbed about it."
The Tulsa World reports that amid a shocking string of assaults on and around campus, Clancy became TU's new presid...