With the account of an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia debunked by police, advocates for sexual assault survivors are worried a movement that gained tremendous momentum in the past year could suffer a setback.
The fraternity at the center of a Rolling Stone article that chronicled a culture of sexual violence at the University of Virginia has been reinstated after city police could not confirm an allegation of rape occurred at that fraternity’s house.
The chairman of the University of Virginia Board of Visitors ripped into Rolling Stone magazine Friday for unfairly tarnishing the school’s image with a piece of “drive-by journalism,” hurting innocent people and setting back sex assault prevention efforts.
Bill Cosby’s wife is breaking her silence, comparing the sexual assault allegations against her husband to Rolling Stone’s University of Virginia rape story.
Three friends of an alleged victim of a gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity told The Associated Press that a magazine article about the attack was wrong on a number of key points.
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The story of an alleged gang-rape at the University of Virginia published by Rolling Stone has sparked new questions following the magazine’s apology on Friday.
The Missouri Democrat fears the Rolling Stone’s “bad journalism” may prevent rape victims from coming forward in the future.
A national sorority advocacy group says the University of Virginia’s suspension of Greek activities isn’t the answer to resolving sexual assault and student safety issues.
The University of Virginia says it’s creating a group to explore its policies and campus culture after a Rolling Stone article on an alleged gang rape prompted an “intense, ongoing period of introspection.”
Rolling Stone has clarified its apology over a story that had reported a female student was gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity.