Rector George Martin, center left, speaks alongside University President Teresa Sullivan, right, during a board of visitors meeting about sexual assault at the University of Virginia on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 in Charlottsville, Va. The meeting comes after Rolling Stone published an article describing a woman's account of a brutal gang rape at a fraternity house, and what the magazine called a hidden culture of sexual violence at the school.
Rector George Martin, center left, speaks alongside University President Teresa Sullivan, right, during a board of visitors meeting about sexual assault at the University of Virginia on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 in Charlottsville, Va. The meeting comes after Rolling Stone published an article describing a woman's account of a brutal gang rape at a fraternity house, and what the magazine called a hidden culture of sexual violence at the school. Ryan M. Kelly AP
Rector George Martin, center left, speaks alongside University President Teresa Sullivan, right, during a board of visitors meeting about sexual assault at the University of Virginia on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 in Charlottsville, Va. The meeting comes after Rolling Stone published an article describing a woman's account of a brutal gang rape at a fraternity house, and what the magazine called a hidden culture of sexual violence at the school. Ryan M. Kelly AP

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