Student leaders sent a report listing 23 policy suggestions and proposals to the Board of Visitors before its special meeting on sexual assault Friday. “Students sit at the center of the sexual assault storm," the document's opening paragraph reads.
Fourth-year College student Hunter Smith died Wednesday, the Office of the Dean of Students has announced.
Atthar Mirza and Elizabeth Ballou — second and third-year College students, respectively — released a self-made video Thursday evening thanking Jackie for telling her story and offering support for sexual assault survivors in the University community.
Student leaders responded to a statement issued Friday by Rolling Stone magazine, in which managing editor Will Dana apologized to readers for "discrepancies" in an article published last month detailing the alleged gang rape in Sept.
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.
Rolling Stone Magazine today issued a retraction to readers, apologizing for what it cites as “inconsistencies” in the article published last month detailing an alleged gang rape of a then-first year, identified as Jackie, at a party at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house in Sept. 2012.
The Inter-Fraternity Council governing board is currently working to create a set of policy reforms to submit to University President Teresa Sullivan by Dec. 31. The proposed changes must be approved before fraternities can participate in rush events in the spring, according to IFC President Tommy Reid, a fourth-year College student.