The magazine reported that a female student as "Jackie" was raped at a university fraternity house in 2012.
The 2014 story “A Rape on Campus" was debunked and retracted.
A dean claims the magazine defamed her in the article as a villain in Jackie's case.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- A young woman at the center of a debunked article in Rolling Stone magazine about a campus gang
Ryan Duffin was a freshman at the University of Virginia when he met a student named Jackie.
Internal documents reveal the inside story of the fraternity lobbying effort.
The Phi Kappa Psi chapter at the University of Virginia filed the complaint Monday in Charlottesville Circuit Court
The feds say UVA mishandled dozens of cases.
The investigation comes 10 months after the bombshell Rolling Stone report about the school.
The Safe Campus Act contains measures that could improve the security of colleges across the nation, but many of its provisions are deeply concerning. The reality is that if this bill passes, it would have the opposite of its intended effect by ultimately decreasing safety on college campuses.
Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, will leave the magazine, just months after a controversial article about
"I did not go far enough to verify her story," Erdely admitted in a statement at the time. "I allowed my concern for Jackie's