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I have never known U.Va. without The Cavalier Daily. I emailed asking to join the copy editing staff in June of 2011, before I walked across my high school graduation stage or signed up for classes. I signed up again at the Activities Fair, and again at the Open House. In retrospect, Cavalier Daily recruitment might need some streamlining.
Rolling Stone fully retracted its now-infamous article “A Rape on Campus” today following a report by the Columbia Journalism School, which documented a host of journalistic failings behind the story that thrust the University into the national spotlight last fall.
Following an investigation spanning several months and hundreds of police hours, Charlottesville police are suspending the investigation into the alleged sexual assault detailed in a November Rolling Stone article, finding no evidence to corroborate any of the article’s central claims pertaining to the assault.
For many students, the Rolling Stone saga began Wednesday, Nov. 19. The article, posted online that morning, prompted a series of protests and meetings, before being thrown under strict scrutiny after a host of discrepancies came to light in December. The narrative was capped in mid-January, when police said an investigation found no evidence that Phi Kappa Psi, the fraternity at the center of the story of an alleged gang rape of then-first-year student Jackie, was involved in the incident.
All organizations in the four Greek councils signed on to a revised Fraternal Organization Agreement, the University announced Friday afternoon. This includes two organizations in the Inter-Fraternity Council, Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Tau Omega, which said earlier this week they would not sign the addendum, which establishes a host of new obligations for fraternities when hosting parties.
Updated: This article has been updated from its original version to include statements from the Charlottesville Police and the national Phi Kappa Psi chapter.
University President Teresa Sullivan announced Tuesday the immediate reinstatement of all social activities for Greek organizations, a ban instituted Nov. 22.
Rolling Stone has tasked the Columbia Journalism School with reviewing the internal editing process behind the article the magazine published last month detailing an alleged gang rape of a University student at a fraternity party in Sept. 2012.
The Board of Visitors convened in a special meeting Friday to discuss the University’s ongoing efforts to combat sexual assault.
Rolling Stone Managing Editor Will Dana issued a statement Friday apologizing to readers for "inconsistencies" in the article published last month by Sabrina Rubin Erdely, which detailed an alleged gang rape of a then-first year student at the University — identified as Jackie — at a fraternity party in Sept. 2012.
The University chapter of Phi Kappa Psi released a statement Friday saying an internal investigation has found several inconsistencies in the report of an alleged gang rape at the fraternity house in Sept. 2012 detailed in a Rolling Stone article published two weeks ago.
Updated at 5:15 p.m.
An anonymous letter submitted to various news organizations claims responsibility for the vandalism of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house which occurred early Thursday morning.
Late second-year College student Hannah Graham died from "homicidal violence," Albemarle County Police confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
Emanuel Brown, a 61-year-old contracted University employee, was pronounced dead Thursday after a student found him unconscious in a men's restroom in the basement of New Cabell Hall.
The Medical Examiner’s Office in Richmond positively identified the remains found last Saturday as belonging to second-year College student Hannah Graham. A search team from the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office found the remains last Saturday on an abandoned property off Old Lynchburg Road in an area near Walnut Creek Park, about 11 miles southwest of the University.
A grand jury in Fairfax County indicted Jesse Matthew on three felony charges Monday in connection with a 2005 sexual assault case. Matthew is charged with attempted murder, abduction and forcible sexual penetration with an object, Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Ray Morrogh said.
A police search crew looking for evidence related to the disappearance of second-year College student Hannah Graham found human remains shortly before noon Saturday.
The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is organizing a second community search effort this Sunday in the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of second-year College student Hannah Graham.