University did not deny male student fair process when it suspended him for two years for unconsented sex with another student without holding a hearing at which the male student could cross-examine the female victim.  Where credibility is crucial, a hearing and cross-examination may be required, but here, the male student’s own account of the evening and the female student’s drinking and behavior showed that any reasonable person would have known she was too drunk to give intelligent consent–which itself was a violation of university policy without respect to whether the female student may have seemed to give consent.  Since the male student’s own testimony showed adequate cause for discipline, there was no need for a hearing or cross-examination.