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Graelyn Brashear

Cville Weekly’s Graelyn Brashear has the latest on developments in the Virginia General Assembly regarding proposed legislation that was brought to deal with allegations of rape and sexual assault on college campuses.

“The Business of Rape”

Cville Weekly News Editor Graelyn Brashear has an exclusive look at the latest on the University of Virginia, fraternities, and the national conversation about rape on campus.

Quentin Kidd

Quentin Kidd shares recent survey data about Virginian’s changing heart regarding sexual assaults on college campuses.

UVA Alum Lisa Richey

Lisa Richey is leading an effort among UVA alumni to create a fund that will provide legal guidance and representation to students who’ve been victims of sexual assault.

Jules Irvin-Rooney

Legal consultant Jules Irvin-Rooney discusses the federal laws and guidelines that inform the national conversation about rape on campus.

Susan Russell

Susan Russell’s daughter was raped while she was a student at the University of Virginia. This is her story about fighting for change and justice.

John Foubert

Dr. John Foubert, the Founder and President of One in Four, joins Coy to discuss the on-going issue of rape on campus.

UVA “Sex Scandal” April 1954

It has been alleged that no student at UVA has ever been expelled for sexual assault. The Cville Weekly’s Graelyn Bashear reports otherwise, in this fascinating conversation about an incident at the University in April 1954.

Rape on Campus

Clinical Psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Fracher reacts to the latest news in the on-going historic conversation about rape on Grounds at UVA.

UVA Student Speaks Out

Joanne (not her real name) is a current student at the University of Virginia. She was raped her first year by a fellow student, a young man she’d only recently met. She opted to go through the administrative review process and take her allegations to the Sexual Misconduct Board. She courageously shares her story about what happened.