KU Rape Charge Frat Protest Redux

Hundreds of students demand justice and further investigation in the aftermath of rape allegations against an embattled frat. 

Local news dutifully offers coverage because middle-class controversy is more exciting than reporting on po'folk smacking one another. 

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Protesters return outside Phi Kappa Psi at KU following reported sexual assault

LAWRENCE, KS (KCTV) -- For the second night in a row, protesters gathered in Lawrence at the University of Kansas fraternity Phi Kappa Psi following a report of a sexual assault. Protesters say they want to make sure reports of sexual assault are thoroughly investigated and perpetrators are held accountable if they committed a crime.

A second night of protests break out following an alleged sexual assault near KU campus

For a second night in a row, protestors are gathering near The University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. Police are investigating allegations of a sexual assault that occurred this past weekend near campus.Protesters say KU's campus culture needs to change.

Hundreds of students gather outside KU fraternity house for 2nd night of protests

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Hundreds of students gathered outside of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house on the University of Kansas for a second night of protests. According to campus police, on Sunday at around 1 a.m., their officers went to a medical call where the victim told them she was sexually assaulted at the fraternity house.

Chancellor puts out statement following protests over an alleged sexual assault near KU

Today the chancellor at KU, Douglas A. Girod, put out a statement expressing support for combatting sexual assault, and supporting assault survivors. The statement comes following a night of protest at the university in Lawrence, Kansas, over an alleged sexual assault that took place near the college's campus.

'Consent is not an option:' Protests continue at Phi Kappa Psi fraternity following sexual assault allegations

Protests continued into their second day Tuesday night at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house at the University of Kansas following a sexual assault reported Saturday night. A few hundred students gathered outside the house before the scheduled start time of 8:30 p.m. chanting, "Whatever I wear, wherever I go, yes means yes, and no means no."

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