Chadron State to pay $900K in settlement of Title IX lawsuit

The college will also be conducting suicide prevention training.
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – The Nebraska State College System will pay $900,000 to settle two lawsuits alleging Chadron State College failed to prevent dating violence that led to a softball player’s 2015 suicide.

The Lincoln Journal Star reports Chadron State also will conduct suicide training, review its policies and procedures, establish a scholarship in honor of Fatima Lissette Larios and maintain a memorial on campus commemorating her life for the next decade.

Chadron State President Randy Rhine must also send Larios’ parents a letter of condolence.

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