Another email to the sexual harassment office at the CUNY school I attend.


Thank you very much for the feedback. More important than anything, regardless if I agree with the policy or not I treat everyone at CUNY, staff, and students, with the utmost respect at all times. I’m a respectful person.

I still don’t want to be exposed to any student’s contact and personal information. I don’t see why that should be mandatory. I have reported two instances of women harassing me at CUNY.

  1. A woman was yelling at me in class for no reason. I have no clue who she is and I never said one word to her in my life nor did I respond. There was a security video camera pointing right at us in the class. I reported it to the security at LaGuardia and they said the camera was broken that day.
  2. A woman was harassing me at BMCC. Again there was a video camera pointing right at us. I contacted several staff at the school and they ignored me.

I gave them both the exact date and time which should still be in my email.

  1. Now I have teachers telling me it’s mandatory to get on private video calls with teenage female students and no teacher supervision.
  2. I have teachers emailing me every female students full name and email address and asking for confirmation of receipt.
  3. I have teachers asking me instead of contacting them to get on a group chat where everyone’s full name is listed with access to contact each other.

For number 3 I have access to zoom, the syllabus, the teacher’s email, and the textbook. I want to maintain my privacy with the students.

Please advise who I should contact about this matter.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

By Mark Pine

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