Issues Still Escalating At Rolling Stone Long After UVa Rape Scandal
Despite the story having been published months ago, the botched investigative report detailing the alleged rape of a student at the University of Virginia continues to pose legal and staffing issues at Rolling Stone Magazine. The managing editor, Will Dana, is stepping down from his position following 19 years at the publication without a named successor. Dana was heavily criticized for the ethical issues posed by the article.
Furthermore, the magazine has incurred yet another lawsuit from three UVa graduates for the “vicious and hurtful attacks” they’ve endured as a result of the story. Read more at the New York Times and ABC News.
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