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In November, an article in Rolling Stone about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia triggered a nationwide conversation about sexual assault on college campuses. The facts of the piece are now in dispute — and the magazine says its trust in the main source of the account was “misplaced.” Kojo explores the challenge of reporting on the topic — and what’s at stake in how the story about UVA proceeds.
- Hanna Rosin Contributing Editor, The Atlantic; Founding Editor, Slate's DoubleX
- T. Rees Shapiro Reporter, The Washington Post
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