Sara Weckhorst (left) and Tessa Farmer have sued Kansas State University, saying the school would not investigate their rape cases because they occurred in off-campus fraternity houses. Their lawsuits appeared to gain the support of the federal government.
Sara Weckhorst (left) and Tessa Farmer have sued Kansas State University, saying the school would not investigate their rape cases because they occurred in off-campus fraternity houses. Their lawsuits appeared to gain the support of the federal government. Amy Stroth The New York Times
Sara Weckhorst (left) and Tessa Farmer have sued Kansas State University, saying the school would not investigate their rape cases because they occurred in off-campus fraternity houses. Their lawsuits appeared to gain the support of the federal government. Amy Stroth The New York Times

K-State was wrong to not investigate rapes at off-campus frat houses, federal government says

July 05, 2016 06:04 PM

UPDATED July 06, 2016 07:03 AM

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