Students say this N.J. school is failing to deal with sexual misconduct

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The Galloway Township campus of Stockton University. (Anthony Smedile for WHYY)

The Galloway Township campus of Stockton University. (Anthony Smedile for WHYY)

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WHYY recently revealed Stockton University hired a a professor with a troubling history of sexual harassment allegations. Officials at the South Jersey school say they didn’t know about the allegations, but a quick Google search shows that history was easy to find. Reporter Joe Hernandez breaks down why one hiring decision has again flared tensions over how the university is handling complaints of sexual harassment and assault.

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