UVA Tells Students How It Plans to Make Frat Parties Safer

In an e-mail to students, the university's Vice President President Patricia M. Lampkin informed students police would be more visible—and described the dangers of flu season

This photo shows Rugby Field and various fraternity houses at the University of Virginia campus. In a thoroughly questioned Rolling Stone article, unnamed fraternity members were accused of participating in a brutal gang rape. The fallout from that article continues.

Flickr user Bernard G

This photo shows Rugby Field and various fraternity houses at the University of Virginia campus. In a thoroughly questioned Rolling Stone article, unnamed fraternity members were accused of participating in a brutal gang rape. The fallout from that article continues.

Flickr user Bernard G

After nearly two months of controversy over accusations of widespread sexual violence at the University of Virginia and a temporary freeze on all fraternity activities, the school's Vice President Patricia M. Lampkin sent an e-mail to students Sunday outlining new campus safety measures and advising students to guard their classmates' well-being as a new semester gets underway. 

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