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OK, Just thought I would get some input from some folks around here. I take my job very seriously, and never think to jeopardize my career and reputation.

A scenario that has been raising concern on college campuses might go something like this: He is a middle-aged English professor, an expert on Henry James, who appears worldly and sophisticated in his tweed jacket while lecturing to his class. The appropriateness of faculty-student dating is being discussed on campuses throughout Westchester, echoing a nationwide debate about whether such relationships should be tolerated, regulated or banned altogether.

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Are they two consenting adults in love, or is it sexual harassment and exploitation?

A more stringent regulation, which would have banned romance between all professors and undergraduates, was voted down.

"While it isn't specifically addressed in our regulations, I do think that we would find a faculty-student relationship ruled out tacitly by our other policies, particularly with respect to sexual harassment and notions of professional conduct," he said.

A Gray Area Representatives from the State University of New York at Purchase, Marymount College, Sarah Lawrence College, Pace University, Westchester Community College, Iona College and Mercy College also said that such relationships were discouraged by the administration though not specifically addressed in college policies.

I’ve come to believe that having a drink with your former high school teacher is – more often than not – a bit of a trap.

My students initially fantasized about consuming alcohol with me because they wanted to be treated like adults when they were only teenagers.

But administrators, professors and students alike say that the issue of faculty-student dating is a complex one.

Some say that the unequal power in a relationship between a student and a faculty member -- particularly one who is in a position to grade or make recommendations about the student he or she is dating -- is inherently exploitative.

An increasing number of companies and schools are instituting no-dating policies for these reasons. Posted by Kelly Anders on December 22, 2014 at PM in Current Affairs, Life of Law Schools, Teaching Law, Workplace Law | Permalink Professors should not date students.

Schools, including law schools, should forbid this behavior, full stop.

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