This academic affairs case involves a college student who was enrolled in a British poetry class. The student received a grade of “F” on a paper she wrote for the class. The student made an appointment with her professor to discuss the paper she had written. When the student arrived to meet with the professor in his office, the professor closed the door, turned the radio on, and started using sexually explicit language to discuss his personal sexual history and his sexual fantasies. The professor gave the student sexually explicit poetry to read and asked her to read some of it aloud during the appointment. Towards the end of the meeting, the professor took out his grade book, but never reviewed the student’s paper or discussed her final examination. The professor asked the student if she would be happy with a final grade of “A” for the course. The professor stated that he felt that a grade of “A” was fair for the course. The student reported the incident to school authorities and later sued the University for sexual harassment.