Shaun R. Harper, executive director of the USC's Race and Equity Center, writes about a speech he delivered to faculty and staff members at the University of Virginia one week after white supremacists showed up on the campus.
By Shaun R. Harper, Inside Higher Ed
As classes begin at colleges and universities across the country, some parents are questioning if their children will be safe on campus.
By Maria Danilova, Associated Press
A jury awarded $3 million in damages Monday to a former University of Virginia dean in a defamation case against Rolling Stone magazine.
By Alison Thoet
The former University of Virginia student, whose account of a campus rape was the center of a retracted Rolling Stone article, said she suffered from PTSD.
By Alison Thoet
Rolling Stone headed to trial today for a defamation case over their portrayal of an University of Virginia dean in a discredited article of brutal gang rape. A statement from the student at the center of the article contradicts the…
By Ross Sylvestri
Two months after his arrest in North Korea, a U.S. college student confessed to committing a crime against the country in a dramatic news conference held in Pyoungyang on Monday.
The University of Virginia is suing the company that owns Rolling Stone, the magazine itself and a reporter for libel after Rolling Stone published an erroneous and now-retracted article about gang rape on the college campus, according to Reuters.
By PBS NewsHour
A new report scrutinizes the many layers of error uncovered in a Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia. Gwen Ifill talks to Steve Coll of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism about…
By Daniel Costa-Roberts and Elisabeth Ponsot
An independent review of a Rolling Stone article about the alleged gang rape of a University of Virginia student has found the magazine failed in the “reporting, editing, editorial supervision and fact-checking” of the now-discredited story.
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