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Among those who took their own life was Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old Rutgers University student who jumped off the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York after his roommate allegedly filmed him having sex with another man. Seth
The parents of a New Jersey college student who killed himself after being outed as gay are swinging back at an anti-gay group that invoked their son's name. Tyler Clementi , a student at Rutgers University, jumped off the George Washington Bridge in
After Son's Suicide, Trying to Help Other Tylers' Published: February 1, 2013 Jane and Joe Clementi once considered suing Rutgers University . Their son Tyler, a freshman, had discovered that his roommate used a webcam to spy on him having sex with
N.J. (AP) A panel of New Jersey judges has thrown out a bias intimidation conviction of a white man who was found to have taunted a black co-worker who was locked for several minutes in an equipment cage at a public works facility. The three-judge
She posted a YouTube video on Sept. 7th called My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm. In the video she holds up cards, displaying chronologically what happened to her. The cards explain how horribly she was bullied, the mistakes she made
By Joseph Harkins PRINCETON, N.J. – Picture this: campus crime has begun to take on an alarmingly new image. In what seems like a growing trend, a http://www.
Richard Perry/The New York Times A concert photo of Tyler Clementi hangs in his parents' home. So he did have a side that he didn't open up to us, obviously, his mother, Jane Clementi, said, sitting in her kitchen here nearly two years later. That
N.J. (AP) — The parents of Tyler Clementi were ready to accept a plea deal calling for no jail time for their son's Rutgers University roommate, who used a webcam to see their son and another man kissing. But what they learned at
Tyler Clementi's family spoke publicly Friday afternoon about how their changed opinions regarding homosexuality, their altered relationship with their evangelical faith, and the surprise their son must have felt by the lack of acceptance in his
who was convicted in March of bias intimidation and other charges.