Crandall University will retain an independent investigator to examine recent allegations of sexual harassment posted online. CBC reports that the decision follows a recent anonymous social media post that claimed that students were sexually harassed by at least one employee at the university. The letter also said that the university’s harassment policy is not in step with current best practices and has flaws that make it more difficult for victims to file complaints. Crandall’s Board of Governors voted to retain an independent investigator who will probe the claims of students who say they have experienced sexual harassment at the university. The university is also reviewing its current harassment policy.