Rolling Stone magazine has now expressed skepticism about its own article detailing a horrific fraternity house gang rape at the University of Virginia. Still, the piece intensified attention paid to campus sexual assault. In November, the door of the university’s Peabody Hall in Charlottesville was covered with notes relating to the gang rape allegations.
Rolling Stone magazine has now expressed skepticism about its own article detailing a horrific fraternity house gang rape at the University of Virginia. Still, the piece intensified attention paid to campus sexual assault. In November, the door of the university’s Peabody Hall in Charlottesville was covered with notes relating to the gang rape allegations. File photo by Steve Helber The Associated Press
Rolling Stone magazine has now expressed skepticism about its own article detailing a horrific fraternity house gang rape at the University of Virginia. Still, the piece intensified attention paid to campus sexual assault. In November, the door of the university’s Peabody Hall in Charlottesville was covered with notes relating to the gang rape allegations. File photo by Steve Helber The Associated Press