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Spirit Day (credit: GLAAD)

Annual Spirit Day Aimed At Ending Anti-LGBT Bullying

James Clementi, whose younger brother Tyler killed himself after being spied on during a sexual encounter in his Rutgers University dorm room, said Spirit Day is important.

10/17/2013

Tyler Clementi - Photo: CBS

National Anti-Bullying Measure Named For Tyler Clementi Introduced In House And Senate

The Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act would require all colleges and universities that receive federal student aid to have in place anti-harassment policies.

02/10/2013

Dedication of Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University (credit: Monica Miller/WCBS 880)

Rutgers Dedicates Transition Center Named For Tyler Clementi

The Tyler Clementi Center aims to develop new programs and policies to help students adjust to college life.

02/04/2013

Tyler Clementi (credit: Facebook)

Rutgers To Dedicate Transition Center Named For Tyler Clementi

The family of Tyler Clementi will join leaders at Rutgers University and elected officials Monday to dedicate a new center named after the Rutgers student, who killed himself after his roommate used a webcam to see him having an intimate encounter with another man.

02/03/2013

Tyler Clementi (credit: Facebook)

Rutgers University To Name New Transition Center After Tyler Clementi

Rutgers University is announcing a new center named after the student who killed himself after his roommate used a webcam to see him kissing another man.

02/01/2013

High school students (file/credit: CBS 2)

New Jersey Schools Hold Second Annual ‘Week Of Respect’ To Combat Bullying

New Jersey schools have begun the second annual ‘Week Of Respect,’ where students are taught how to prevent harassment, intimidation and bullying.

10/01/2012

Dharun Ravi walks out of the Middlesex County Jail on Tuesday, June 19, 2011 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi, Ex-Student Convicted In Rutgers Spycam Case, Released From Jail

The former Rutgers University student convicted of spying on his roommate having an intimate encounter with another man was released from the Middlesex County Jail after serving 20 days of his 30-day jail sentence.

06/19/2012

Dharun Ravi reacts to his sentence - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS2)

Immigration Officials Say Dharun Ravi Won’t Be Deported To India

Ravi, 21, is due to be released from the Middlesex County Jail on Tuesday after serving 20 days of a 30-day jail sentence.

06/18/2012

Dharun Ravi in court - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi Likely To Be Released On Tuesday After Serving 20 Days Of 30-Day Sentence

The Middlesex County Jail Warden said that Dharun Ravi will likely be released after serving 20 days of a 30-day sentence. Like inmates with similar sentences, Ravi began with five days of credit for good behavior and five days for working.

06/17/2012

Dharun Ravi reacts to his sentence - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS2)

Dharun Ravi Begins Serving Jail Sentence In Rutgers Webcam Spy Case

Dharun Ravi, 20, arrived at the sheriff’s department in New Brunswick shortly after 12:30 p.m. for processing before heading to jail to serve a 30-day term.

05/31/2012

Dharun Ravi reacts to his sentence - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS2)

Ravi Tells Judge He Will Report To Jail To Begin Serving 30-Day Sentence

Dharun Ravi appeared in state court to formally put on the record his decision to report to jail Thursday to begin serving his 30-day jail sentence and waive his right not to be punished twice for the same crime.

05/30/2012

Dharun Ravi reacts to his sentence - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS2)

Dharun Ravi Apologizes For ‘Insensitive’ And ‘Stupid’ Choices In Webcam Spying Incident

“I accept responsibility for and regret my thoughtless, insensitive, immature, stupid and childish choices that I made on September 19, 2010 and September 21, 2010,” Ravi said in a statement.

05/29/2012

Dharun Ravi cries in court as his mother delivers her statement on May 21, 2012. (credit: Pool/CBS 2)

N.J. Judge Receives More Than 100 Letters From Bias-Crime Victims Supporting Dharun Ravi

The former Rutgers student convicted in the webcam spying case is getting support from some bias-crime victims. A New Jersey judge has received more than 100 letters supporting Dharun Ravi, many of which have come from victims of bias incidents.

05/27/2012

Dharun Ravi reacts to his sentence - New Brunswick, NJ - May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS2)

ICE Director Answers Questions About Possible Deportation For Dharun Ravi

Ravi faces possible deportation back to India, where he was born and is still a citizen. John Morton, the Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the agency is not ready to make a determination yet.

05/23/2012

Dharun Ravi in court on Monday, May 21, 2012 (credit: CBS 2)

Dharun Ravi Sentenced To 30 Days In Jail, Probation In Rutgers Webcam Spy Case

In addition to the 30-day jail term and probation, Judge Glenn Berman sentenced the 20-year-old to 300 hours of community service.

05/21/2012

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