Claire: I have lived in Cincinnati my entire life (minus a few months in Berlin) and it’s been a wonderful place to call home, both growing up and as a young adult.It’s an incredibly livable city: decent cost of living, many beautiful neighborhoods, just the right size for knowing your way around but still finding more to explore.At first, it featured three upscale department store chains which had not previously operated in the Cincinnati area: Parisian, B. Maryland-based management firm Mills Corporation purchased the mall in 2002, forcing out the few remaining non-anchor tenants before closing off the entire mall for renovations.In 2004, the property was re-opened as Cincinnati Mills, a discount-oriented mall.North Star Realty of Georgia purchased the mall in 2009.
These policies describe in detail the Title IX investigation and complaint resolution process for sex discrimination complaints at Xavier.Last week, Young was given a ,000 bond by Butler County Judge Michael Oster Jr.Ten percent of his bond was posted the same day and he was released.Title IX prohibits all forms of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and retaliation against individuals reporting sex discrimination. Title IX requires that members of both genders have equal opportunities to participate in sports and receive the benefits of competitive sports. Title IX requires Xavier to have a prompt, equitable resolution process in place to address sex discrimination complaints, which includes a reliable, impartial, and adequate investigation by Xavier’s Title IX Office.Title IX protects female and male students, and students who identify as heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and/or transgender. No police report needs to be filed for Xavier to investigate and determine whether a violation of its policies has occurred.It is considered to be a greyfield property or dead mall.