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BOSTON  — A Roman Catholic college in Massachusetts is disputing claims by a former student who says the school refused her request for a new dorm room after she complained that her roommate was having too much sex feet away from her as she tried to sleep.


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Lindsay Blankmeyer says in a lawsuit that she suffered from depression and attention deficit disorder before she enrolled at Stonehill, but was driven into a suicidal depression after school officials wouldn’t give her reasonable housing alternatives. Blankmeyer says her roommate also had online sex in front of her.

Stonehill says Blankmeyer never told staff that her concerns involved her roommate’s sexual activity. The college says it tried to resolve the dispute through mediation and offered Blankmeyer “multiple options” for housing, including a private dorm room.


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