These decisions are only preliminary ones that allow the cases to proceed to the discovery phase of litigation. The plaintiffs will still have to prove that the university had notice of their rapes and responded with deliberate indifference. However, it seems undisputed that each notified the university and the university did not respond at all. Maybe the university will try to appeal the lower court's decisions not to dismiss, but otherwise my prediction is that the parties settle.
The two decisions are:
Weckhorst v. Kansas State Univ., No. 16-CV-2255-JAR-GEB, 2017 WL 980456 (D. Kan. Mar. 14, 2017).
Farmer v. Kansas State Univ., No. 16-CV-2256-JAR-GEB, 2017 WL 980460 (D. Kan. Mar. 14, 2017)