A student facing sexual harassment on campus must report each incident to administrative officials to preserve a claim for damages, a Southern District judge in New York ruled yesterday.

In a case claiming sex discrimination in education under Title IX of the Civil Rights Act, a woman student who reported the actions of only one of seven alleged harassers may not include the actions of the unreported six in a claim against the institution.

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