SURVEY: Co-eds More Likely to Get Raped at Duke Than in Nation’s Most Crime Ridden City

A recently released Duke University sexual assault survey suggests female students at the prestigious university are raped at a higher rate than in America’s most dangerous city. U.S. News & World Report lists Duke as having 6,639 undergraduate students. That would mean approximately 520 undergraduate female students can say they have been raped since enrolling. America’s most dangerous city St. Louis, which has a population of more than 300,000, had 551 rapes reported in 2015 and 2016… Duke’s survey defines sexual assault as “any unwanted, nonconsensual sexual contact” and includes both sexual battery and rape in the definition which also combines unwanted touching and forced sexual assault “as if the severity of the offenses were the same.” [At some point parents will wake up and stop sending their sons to Duke.-SOS] By Nathan Rubbelke  10 Years Later The legacy of the Duke Lacrosse Scandal

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