Hillary Boyd participated in two of the WildWind staged readings with guest artists and playwrights and attended the Marfa Intensive, working and devising with Rich Brown and Heather Warren-Crow. Erin Grogan attended the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures conference in Nijmegen, Netherlands to serve on a panel entitled "Waking the Archive" where she presented her research on Irish women playwrights of the 20th century and attended the United Nations University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Bangkok, Thailand where she met with leaders from around the world to learn about humanitarian efforts, NGOs, and more. April Langehennig served as the resident lighting designer for Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. Dorothy Chansky; and served as a reader and dramaturg selecting and developing new plays for The American Shakespeare Center's "Shakespeare's New Contemporaries" Project.
The faculty vote comes amid ongoing criticism of the university for failing to denounce Cosby, accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women over several decades, Art Hochner, president of the Temple faculty union, said Wednesday. The motion also called on university President Neil Theobald and the university trustees to withdraw Cosby's honorary degree.
Last year Cosby stepped down as a Temple trustee, a seat he held since University spokesman Raymond Betzner downplayed the importance of the faculty vote, saying only a small number of faculty participated.
Hochner said the faculty motion to condemn Cosby and O'Connor and to withdraw Cosby's honorary degree came on a voice vote of fewer than Temple faculty Friday afternoon.
Some said it was time for the university to take a stronger stance on the conduct of both Cosby and O'Connor. O'Connor, a founder of the Center City law firm of Cozen O'Connor, defended Cosby in a lawsuit 10 years ago filed by a former Temple employee who accused Cosby of drugging and then sexually assaulting her in his Cheltenham mansion in January Hochner said it was a conflict of interest for O'Connor to represent Cosby in the lawsuit while also serving as a Temple trustee.
O'Connor did not return a reporter's call Wednesday requesting comment. Previously, he has said Cosby had a right to counsel and he had a right to make a living as a lawyer. One of the things we talk about and think about in the business school is ethics and I have talked to a number of professors who teach that course and they are appalled at Temple's lack of ethics in this matter.
Accusations of sexual misconduct against Cosby had been percolating for years, but gained traction in when Andrea Constand, the former director of operations for the Temple women's basketball, sued Cosby accusing him of assaulting her at his home. According to Constand's complaint, Cosby gave her what he said was an herbal remedy for stress in a January meeting at his home but was actually a narcotic that left her immobile on his couch while he assaulted her.
The Constand case drew renewed attention earlier this year when many other allegations of sexual misconduct against Cosby emerged and federal district judge Eduardo Robreno in Philadelphia, acting on a request from the Associated Press, unsealed a deposition Cosby gave in the Constand case a decade ago.
In the deposition, Cosby acknowledged giving Quaaludes, a powerful sedative, to one woman before having sex. Constand settled her case confidentially in against Cosby. In October of this year, she sued Castor, who had investigated the allegations in and chose not to prosecute.
Constand claimed Castor defamed her in an October Associated Press article by saying she had enhanced her story in exchanges in with detectives from his office investigating her allegations. This summer, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office quietly reopened its investigation of Constand's allegations, raising the prospect that Cosby may yet be indicted.
Castor's handling of the case became a central issue in the Montgomery county district attorney's race this year, in which Castor ran to regain his former job against Kevin Steele.
Steele hammered Castor during the campaign, criticizing him for failing to make a case against Cosby and last month won the election.Mobile developing a stable economy field shelters from Stables Online the issue of inequality in colonial virginia A quality affordable range of mobile field shelters custom a criticism of the faculty at south tahoe high school built to your requirements We are developing drugs to inhibit the fibrosis associated with diseases of the eye a.
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