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It was a difficult and challenging year, especially seen through the lens of sexual health. It was a year in which politics came close to displacing sexual politics as the most-talked about topic on therapist couches.
The magazine reported that a female student as "Jackie" was raped at a university fraternity house in 2012.
Rolling Stone apologized for "discrepancies" in the article, but 3 members of a UVA fraternity claimed it harmed them.
A dean claims the magazine defamed her in the article as a villain in Jackie's case.
"It has been said that a rolling stone gathers no moss," Helms said. "I would add that sometimes a rolling stone also gathers
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Though the friends already rebuked Rolling Stone's account in interviews with The Washington Post, two of them appeared on
Dana, who has been at Rolling Stone for nearly two decades, said the breakdown was both an “individual failure” and “procedural
'A Rape on Campus,' published in November, was initially lauded for exposing a horrible crime, as well as a culture of apathy
If the report is highly critical, it "will have an enormous impact on Rolling Stone. It's going to affect the credibility
Below is the Charlottesville Police Department's summary of its investigation: Charlottesville Police Statement on Rolling
Since questions arose in late November over the Rolling Stone feature story, Dana has given one interview. On Dec. 7, he
Boys' Bid Night -- an occasion marked by oversized, glittery neon tank tops and new fraternity members eager to celebrate their acceptance to their respective houses -- is now being erased from many a university woman's agenda.
The Washington Post's Erik Wemple reported Monday that Wenner had approached Columbia faculty about auditing the story and
There is a passing reference to Jackie in one email between Erdely and a UVA dean, but Jackie otherwise is unmentioned in
Some people commenting on the alleged rape at the University of Virginia are angry at "Jackie" for either making up the story or, if the story is true, not reporting it. Why wouldn't Jackie, or any victim of sexual assault, go to the police? They must be cowards. Shame on them.
In the 9,000-word article, Erdely also said three friends of Jackie -- identified as “Randall,” “Andy” and “Cindy” -- discouraged