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Attorney Antonio Ponvert is representing plaintiffs. He said Thursday that the payments are a start to closing “this very sad and very tragic chapter” in his clients’ lives.
The terms of the settlements are confidential.
The school’s attorney said the institution remains committed to preventing a recurrence of the misconduct.
A police report in 1992 detailed faculty misconduct but concluded the statute of limitations had expired. No criminal charges were ever filed.