A UVA alum goes back for the first rush week since the Rolling Stone story.
The pandemic of violence against women, the threats online, and the harassment on the streets are ongoing. But women’s voices assumed an unprecedented power in 2014.
A brutal assault and the struggle for justice at the University of Virginia.
Note 12/5/14: Rolling Stone has stated that they now doubt details of the facts reported in "A Rape on Campus."
More information is available in T. Rees Shapiro's "U-Va. Fraternity to Rebut Claims of Gang Rape in Rolling Stone" from The Washington Post.
In the gentrifying Bywater, the intertwined destinies of a legendary gay pool-bar and a woman who was drugged there.
An artist mistakes years of friendship for lust, culminating in an assault.
"He has never felt such urgency. Everything is in his way, her jacket, her sweater, the lace bra he imagines she bought for him. He feels the skin of her bare waist, from under the skirt, her thigh. The night has made her skin cool. Her hair snags on the wall. An earring clinks through a sidewalk grate. She turns to avoid his open mouth. Her cheek drags against coarse brick. His eyes are open."
The survivors who “have built the most effective, organized anti-rape movement since the late ’70s.”
A flamboyant player, a charismatic coach, and a sex predator.
Inside the lack of an investigation into Florida State Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston.