Message from UVA President Teresa Sullivan to university community on Rolling Stone article

uva-logoMessage from UVA President Teresa Sullivan late Friday to the University of Virginia community regarding the latest developments in the Rolling Stone article on the university’s response to sexual assaults,.

I’m sure many of you are aware by now of today’s reports from the Washington Post and the statement from Rolling Stone magazine.  While all of us who care about the University of Virginia are upset by the Rolling Stone story, I write now with a different message.

Over the past two weeks, our community has been more focused than ever on one of the most difficult and critical issues facing higher education today: sexual violence on college campuses.   Today’s news must not alter this focus.  Here at U.Va., the safety of our students must continue to be our top priority, for all students, and especially for survivors of sexual assault.

We will continue to take a hard look at our practices, policies, and procedures, and continue to dedicate ourselves to becoming a model institution in our educational programming, in the character of our student culture, and in our care for those who are victims.

Now is the time for us to come together as a community to lead the way on this critical issue.

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