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Governor McAuliffe statement on Columbia University review of Rolling Stone campus sexual assault article
Governor Terry McAuliffe released the following statement on Columbia University School of Journalism’s review of Rolling Stone’s ‘A Rape on Campus’ article.
Rolling Stone has retracted its story that put the University of Virginia in the crosshairs for purportedly failing to respond appropriately to a reported gang rape after a Columbia University report released Sunday evening detailed multiple levels of failure in the reporting on the story.
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan issued the following statement today regarding the findings of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism review of the reporting and editorial decisions of the Rolling Stone’s Nov. 19 article “A Rape on Campus.”
Attorney General Mark Herring statement on Columbia University’s review of Rolling Stone UVA article
Attorney General Mark R. Herring issued the following statement following the release of Columbia University’s review of Rolling Stone’s article on campus sexual violence at the University of Virginia:
Attorney General Mark Herring issued the following statement on the results of the Charlottesville Police Department’s investigation into the alleged instance of sexual violence portrayed in Rolling Stone magazine.
UVA President Teresa Sullivan statement regarding results of Charlottesville Police Department frat rape investigation
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan today issued the following statement regarding the results of the Charlottesville Police Department investigation of the allegations described in a November 2014 Rolling Stone article:
Using the Rotunda restoration as a metaphor for overcoming challenges and preparing for the University of Virginia’s future, President Teresa A. Sullivan described a “blueprint” for the beginning of the University’s next century in a major address to the U.Va. community Friday afternoon.
This edition of Inside the Newsroom dives into the Top News Stories of 2014. Host Crystal Graham and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham have it narrowed down to five, topping the list with the trial, conviction and pending sentencing of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on corruption charges.
At the Board of Visitors’ request, the Virginia Attorney General selected an independent counsel to review the University’s policy, practices and procedures with regard to sexual assault.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham joins host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va., to talk about the latest developments in the Rolling Stone UVA rape story controversy.
Rolling Stone alleged a gang rape at UVA and now doubts its own report. I have no knowledge of the matter. Maybe the victim was completely honest. Maybe she was largely honest but too drunk, or just too traumatized, to remember which fraternity house she was in. Maybe she made it all up.
Sabrina Rubin Erdely staked her reputation, the reputation of the well-respected national magazine that she wrote for and a top national university on the word of an emotional young woman who it now appears wanted to have nothing to do with being at the center of a media firestorm.
Message 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,.
Attorney General Mark Herring commented on today’s news regarding the Rolling Stone article on sexual assault at the University of Virginia.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan today issued the following statement.
Augusta Free Press editors Crystal Graham and Chris Graham dive into two major news stories in this edition of Inside the Newsroom.
Any of a number of other sexual assaults at UVA or any other college or university in the country could have been the starting-off point for a lengthy expose into how school administrators fall short in their responses, but why err on the side of the rudimentary when the story can be blown entirely out of the water?
Rolling Stone is backing away from a story published last month alleging that the University of Virginia had failed to respond to a shocking gang rape of a first-year student in 2012, citing “discrepancies” in the account of the unnamed accuser.
University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan met with students today about sexual assault issues and the University’s path forward.
The UVA Board of Visitors adopted a zero-tolerance approach toward sexual assault. The resolution came during a special Board of Visitors meeting called in the wake of a Rolling Stone article that depicts the horrific rape of a student named Jackie at a fraternity party in 2012.