Photo Gallery: Students protest Northwestern's sexual assault policies
Weinberg juniors Laura Whittenburg and Jazz Stephens coordinated a sit-in of philosophy Prof. Peter Ludlow’s class on Tuesday. Students gathered in Harris Hall to plan their next steps after Ludlow cancelled the class. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
Students taped their mouths and held signs Tuesday afternoon as part of a protest of Northwestern’s sexual assault policies. Protesters gathered next to The Rock before marching to the office of Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences Dean Sarah Mangelsdorf. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
Students made posters to bring to Prof. Peter Ludlow’s philosophy class on Tuesday, where they had planned to sit-in on the class and then leave together at 1 p.m. After Ludlow cancelled the class, students gathered and marched to Mangelsdorf’s office. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
Undergraduates stand next to The Rock after discussing the University’s response to a Title IX lawsuit filed in February. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
Demonstrators walk through The Arch on Tuesday after meeting in Harris Hall. The group walked down Sheridan Road to congregate outside of Weinberg Dean Sarah Mangelsdorf’s office. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
Students protest the University’s continued employment of philosophy Prof. Peter Ludlow after a student alleged that he sexually assaulted her. (Brian Lee/Daily Senior Staffer)
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