Madonna Constantine, the former Teachers College professor whose office door had a noose hanging on it last year, is now suing Columbia University over her termination. Constantine had been dismissed over plagiarism charges after an 18-month long investigation and she claimed the school was conducting a witch hunt (though it should be noted two of her accusers were minorities--one black and one Asian). The Post notes that the lawsuit says the accusers are the real plagiarizers while the Daily News reports that lawsuit now says Constantine was the victim of "extreme bias," stating, "They took [Constantine's] guilt as a foregone conclusion and conducted no investigation beyond that required to buttress such conclusion."