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The University of Virginia has come under fire lately due to a recent Rolling Stone article that highlighted a purported gang rape allegedly carried out by a campus fraternity has drawn attention to the way school officials have handled sexual assault allegations.

Gil Rudawsky, VP of Ground Floor Media, says Sullivan’s message is not only “too little, too late,” but also comes across as defensive and doesn’t offer an enduring solution.

“The statement does little to sway those outside the university that there is a definitive plan in place to address the issues at hand,” Rudawsky says. “There are only general statements, not a game plan for fixing the issues.”

Read the full story at PR Daily.

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