Phi Kappa Psi
The Phi Kappa Psi chapter at the University of Virginia filed the complaint Monday in Charlottesville Circuit Court
The University of Virginia fraternity at the center of Rolling Stone's discredited report on an alleged 2012 gang rape on campus announced plans Monday "to pursue all available legal action against the magazine."
The Columbia report detailed how Erdely failed to do basic reporting to verify the claims of the story's main source, referred
UVA lifted the restrictions on fraternities in January. Phi Psi had suspended itself in November, but was reinstated in January
Upon further review from independent experts, the school decided in February the toxicology results were "inconclusive" because
Phi Kappa Psi is the same fraternity reeling from a now-discredited account of a gang rape at the fraternity's house at the
As people begin to question the integrity of the Rolling Stone journalist who broke the UVA rape story, the veracity of the survivor, and whether this whole issue should ever have been raised in the first place, there are many lessons we can all learn as this story continues to unfold. We need to stand together against sexual violence.
Rolling Stone is now saying their story on an alleged gang-rape at UVA had discrepancies. When the original article was published, the journalist was blasted for not interviewing the accused men. Caroline takes a look into this developing story.
The Rolling Stone article, published Wednesday, detailed alleged failures in the university's culture and policy on sexual
Need help? In the U.S., visit the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline operated by RAINN. For more resources, visit the