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U. of Virginia Suspends Fraternities After Rape Report

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The University of Virginia’s campus is in an uproar after an article in Rolling Stone magazine detailed the university’s handling of an alleged 2012 gang rape at a fraternity house.

The school’s board meets tomorrow to discuss policies for responding to sexual assault. President Teresa A. Sullivan suspended UVA’s more than 30 fraternities until Jan. 9. After a weekend of protests, students today called for change in a culture that they said excuses rape at the campus and on a national level.