The Campus: "Bread Loaf official protests administrative cover-up in sexual harassment case"

Description

This opinion piece is written by Robert Pack, a professor at the Bread Loaf School of English, a professor to the young men who came forward in the Cubeta sexual harassment hearing, and a longtime friend of Cubeta himself. In this article, Pack discusses the behind the scenes re-employment of Cubeta at Bread Loaf that occurred after his hearing and "retirement." Pack himself wrote to President Robison, among others, to protest their dishonesty with the Middlebury community and their mistreatment of the four students who had testified at the hearing. Pack describes what he believes was a dangerous abuse of power and authority on Middlebury's part. Additionally, Pack writes that President Robison's silence on the issue was detrimental to the Middlebury and Bread Loaf communities, as Robison failed to appropriately communicate the situation to any students, faculty, or staff, including James Maddox when he replaced Cubeta as Director of Bread Loaf. Here is a photo of the article as it was originally printed.

NOTE: To be able to zoom in on this article, go to the Campus Archive link below (pg. 18).

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Robert Pack

Date

January 26, 1990

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Citation

Robert Pack, “The Campus: "Bread Loaf official protests administrative cover-up in sexual harassment case",” Archives of Dissent, accessed February 22, 2024, https://omeka.middlebury.edu/archives_of_dissent/items/show/161.

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