The survey was re-administered two years later, and the results were released to the public Thursday night. Now, In addition to nearly half of female undergraduates saying they have been sexually assaulted,
Over the last few years, we have become all but immune to what, under any other circumstances, would be a fantastic claim—that one in five female undergraduates will be victims of sexual assault. Even within this environment of pie-in-the-sky statistics, a recent survey from Duke stands out. This data would mean that each year, a female undergraduate at Duke is 5.
Ciaran McKenna, a soccer player for Duke, was in the U. Their dispute boils down to whether the sex that followed their making out was consensual. The hearing panel made several errors and showed partiality, according to McKenna.
A Duke graduate rated her sexual encounters with 13 university athletes in graphic detail, then e-mailed it to just a few friends, who forwarded it to a few of their friends, who sent it on to a few of their friends, and so on. Then websites like Deadspin and Jezebel got a hold of it, and suddenly it had gone viral. The salacious interest isn't just because the page PowerPoint involves sex: It's also because a woman wrote it and because the campus is Duke, where a stripper said three lacrosse players raped her at a party in March
The list has now become public knowledge after Owen e-mailed her presentation to a few close friends, and now her name and unfortunately her picture has been plastered all over the Internet. As a young woman about the same age as Karen OwenI feel obligated to weigh in on this matter. There is nothing wrong with women expressing their sexual desires yes guys, we have them tooand a healthy sex life is nothing to be ashamed of.
A Duke student's risque PowerPoint has firmly implanted itself in the annals of legendary internet stories for generations to come. Karen F. In the report, she describes the men she's slept with in near-scientific detail and even provides charts ranking their sexual prowess.
The Duke University faux sex thesis controversy arose from a private page Powerpoint document written by a Duke University senior, Karen Owen, in the format of a thesis about her sexual experiences during her time attending the university. Shortly before graduating from Duke University in MayKaren Owen wrote a thesis styled document about her sexual experiences during her time attending the university. She privately distributed the document to three friends.
Forty-eight percent of undergraduate women at Duke University say they have been sexually assaulted since enrolling, according to a survey of students released last week. Twenty-two percent reported experiencing sexual assault during the —18 school year alone. Another 62 percent of incidents were relayed to roommates, family, or friends. This news comes less than three weeks after Meredith Watson, a Duke alumna, accused Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax of raping her while they were classmates in
A female student reported being sexually assaulted early Thursday morning in a Central Campus apartment building common room. A Duke Alert was issued a. Thursday morning for the incident that was reported to have happened in a Pace Street common room between 1 a.
If Internet users were grading Duke University graduate Karen Owen's thesis on her active sex life, she'd likely get an 'A' for attention to detail. Owen has become a much-discussed topic on blogs, Web sites and even morning shows after her so-called thesis, chronicling her sexual escapades during her undergraduate years at Duke, went public. The page PowerPoint presentation titled, "An Education Beyond the Classroom: Excelling in the Realm of Horizontal Academics," ranked 13 men Owen was sexually involved with during college, according to their physical attractiveness, athletic ability and talent -- in the bedroom.