Professor Bowersock's is correct in regard to the number of convictions. But he has oversimplified the other "factual errors." To wit: Messing's suspension was for the remainder of her undergraduate years. Since most undergraduates never attend Harvard graduate school, it is fair to term her suspension "indefinite."
Furthermore, my article quoted the preamble to the Resolution because the CRR said it was used to justify the verdict. In a letter to Messing, which was released publicly. Bowersnock said, "the Committee is involving its privilege to make exceptions to its own rules, according to the preamble to its procedures." Steven Luxenberg