Lawsuit accusing college of banning ‘straight male’ from campus takes a turn

A Title IX official at Montana State University (MSU) has lost her title and has been reassigned during an ongoing federal lawsuit,  is ongoing which accuses the Title IX administrator of being biased against a “straight male” during a Title IX investigation.

The director of the Office of Institutional Equality and Title IX coordinator, Jyl Shaffer, had a “change in status”  which happened on August 3, and is now serving in a new role at MSU as an adjunct instructor in Native American studies, according to the Idaho State Journal. MSU confirmed to Campus Reform that Shaffer had a “change in status,” but would not comment further. The university said they do not comment on ongoing litigation.