USC says there was "troubling delay" in acting on fraternity sexual assault reports

Posted on AllSides October 30th, 2021
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The University of Southern California on Friday said there was a "troubling delay" in alerting the campus community about allegations of drugging and sexual assault at a fraternity.

USC President Carol Folt said that in late September its Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Services, a counseling resource, received between five and seven "confidential disclosures" of possible drugging and sexual assault at a fraternity. Campus-wide communications weren't sent until about a month later.

"We now know that there was a troubling delay in acting on this information, and specifically in evaluating it for...

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