Charlottesville High School students light candles during a vigil Friday in support of sexual assault victims at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The event was organized by high school students prior to Rolling Stone’s announcement Friday that it learned of “discrepancies” in the account the magazine published of a young woman who said she was gang-raped at a fraternity party at the university.
Charlottesville High School students light candles during a vigil Friday in support of sexual assault victims at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The event was organized by high school students prior to Rolling Stone’s announcement Friday that it learned of “discrepancies” in the account the magazine published of a young woman who said she was gang-raped at a fraternity party at the university. AP photo
Charlottesville High School students light candles during a vigil Friday in support of sexual assault victims at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The event was organized by high school students prior to Rolling Stone’s announcement Friday that it learned of “discrepancies” in the account the magazine published of a young woman who said she was gang-raped at a fraternity party at the university. AP photo

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Flawed story shouldn’t keep schools from taking rape claims seriously

December 07, 2014 12:11 AM

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