Herbst, McHugh Speak Out On Sex Harassment Controversy

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At the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees meeting this morning, chairman Larry McHugh stood behind University President Susan Herbst and promised a \”zero-tolerance\” policy regarding sexual harassment on campus:

The university will re-evaluate policies and procedures, McHugh said, promising to repair weaknesses. \”We have great confidence in the important steps that have been undertaken by President Herbst:\”

Herbst said her previous comments about the women who have come forward with complaints were \”misunderstood:\”

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