Rape and Betrayal

October 25, 2012

The freshman was raped in her dorm room as she heard his friends laugh on the other side of the door. When she finally reported it after a year of trying -- unsuccessfully -- toforget it, she was shunned by the very people she was told she could trust. A college administrator. A counselor. The social worker. They said it was toolate to seek a disciplinary hearing because she had no physical evidence. She couldn’t change dorms because everything was full. They asked her if she was sure it was rape. They sent her to the hospital and told her she shouldn’t come back. Then they acted shocked when, finally, she told them she was withdrawing.

Article Source: Inside Higher Ed