magazine published a graphic and horrifying story on a gang rape that allegedly occurred at a University of Virginia fraternity house in the fall of 2012.The student, named Jackie, did not report her assault to the police but did share her story with a UVA dean responsible for dealing with sexual assault.
The piece exploded the national media and the Internet, and the UVA community has exploded right along with it.
With the blood still leaking from me and my face bruised, he asked me, "Are you sure you didn't have sex with this man and you don't want to admit that you aren't a 'good girl'?
" There was no investigation, no paper trail and no prosecution, although I went to the hospital, Student Health, the Dean of Students, and the University Police and made dozens of reports.
On Saturday, Sullivan announced in a letter to students and alumni that all the school's fraternities have been suspended effective immediately.
Virginia’s governor, attorney general, and other elected officials have weighed in with outrage.