The 2018 men’s college basketball tournament has already set records and produced plenty of thrills with the Retrievers massive upset of #1 seed UVA. It’s far more than the NCAA deserves.
Rolling Stone is only now able to put this travesty behind them, at least legally.
Earlier this week around 100 people covered a UVA statue of Thomas Jefferson ‘in a black shroud…adorning it with signs that dubbed the former president a ‘racist’ and ‘rapist.’
The statue was vandalized the day before UVA’s Black Student Alliance presented ‘demands’ that included teaching students about the relation between Thomas Jefferson and white supremacy.
Phi Kappa Psi was the victim of a malicious false accusation, and they’re giving their money to groups that support the moral panic that led to their mistreatment.
Days after criticizing the proliferation of fake news online, President Barack Obama openly praised the “great work” of a notorious fake news outlet.
Rolling Stone’s false gang rape article and socially aware media’s acceptance of mythical storytelling represent the practice of ‘benign fabrication.’
Rolling Stone hopes claiming a ‘badge of shame’ will save them. Not likely.
A jury awarded a University of Virginia administrator $3 million for the way she was portrayed in false story about a gang rape published by Rolling Stone.
A federal court jury found Rolling Stone liable for defaming a university administrator after the magazine published a false story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
The dismissed Rolling Stone lawsuit over the false University of Virginia campus rape article is not the win headlines suggest.
I survived a gang rape. That’s why I think Rolling Stone’s retraction of its fabricated gang rape story is nowhere near enough.
When Rolling Stone published its fake rape story, President Theresa Sullivan protected UVA’s administration at the expense of its students.
Are dubious claims about “rape culture” an attempt to create a scapegoat for the emotional dark side of promiscuity?
U.S. colleges foster and encourage lynch mobs and thought police in place of actual education. It’s time for serious reform.
Any time there was a cause in search of a narrative, Ben Trovato was there.
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