Officials at Steubenville high school, in particular head football coach Reno Saccoccia, have rightfully drawn criticism for their inaction in the wake of charges brought against two Steubenville students and football players for allegedly sexually assaulting a female student from a nearby school. Though those two students were suspended for the season, many who witnessed the assault and failed to stop it were permitted to play, including some that had essentially live-tweeted the incident as it unfolded. Hamline University, a small school in St. Paul, MN, is not playing that game: After a woman accused a Hamline basketball player of assault and his teammates of a negligent response, the whole team is tabled pending further review.
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