My university does not have a policy on student/teacher relationships, which I think is somewhat scandalous given the number of undergraduate tarts on campus.
However, this liberal policy appears to work in my favor.
“It sends a message: You don’t sleep with other people’s children — whether they agree to do it or not — because you’re abusing your power,” Dziech said.
While the professor does have control over my grade, I am already an A student, which he can verify with a colleage of his who I had last semester.
So, partially as an exercise to myself, I just wanted to think through what those difficulties were.
I’m not happy about them, and occasionally somewhat bitter.
Arizona State University faculty voted Monday to revise a policy on dating between faculty and students, which might avoid more situations like Tasha Kunzi says she found herself in with a grad-school professor in 2010.
Kunzi's course work suffered after she ended a "personal relationship" with the professor, she claimed in a lawsuit filed in federal court.