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I waited until the coaching search was over to post this so it wouldn't get buried. The Daily Beacon wrote a story about it, which I'm linking, and if they hadn't then I don't think anyone would know that the University failed to disclose the incident. Now, I know many of you attended the university, are students, or have children/relatives who are students right now, and I think everyone has the right to know that a sexual assault (rape, presumably) took place in the library and the University didn't see fit to inform the student body. It just baffles me that an idiot buttchugging makes national news, but this has gone unmentioned.
An alleged sexual assault took place in a study room on the third floor of Hodges Library on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 27. My staff and I have reviewed the police report, and are choosing to withhold the name of the victim and the suspect for their privacy.br ...
It is amazing that something like this could go seemingly unnoticed, and even more outrageous would be the university apparently thinking that they could get by with not letting people know.
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Not surprised. If it didn't involve a gun, you won't hear a thing from UTPD.
UTK needs an NOW program.
Funny you should say that. I'm planning on working to bring one to campus next semester.
That kind of story makes my skin crawl.
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