The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.
How many more rapes and sexual assaults will have to occur on Emory University’s campus for institutional changes to be made?
How many rapes and sexual assaults need to occur at specific fraternities for disciplinary action to be taken against them?
Is there a number for these things? Do 20 more women need to be hurt for the administration to make a comment? A change?
Why is one rape not sufficient for disciplinary action to be handed down?
Why is it that fraternities and sororities are kicked off campus for non violent misconduct, but fraternities that are known hotbeds of rape and danger remain perched on their protected Eagle Row lots?
What is the criteria for a fraternity to be kicked off campus?
Why is it that if women are raped, beaten, and assaulted at fraternities nothing is done, but if men are hurt at fraternities, swift disciplinary action is taken?
How many rapes and sexual assaults end in expulsion of the perpetrator?
Is there a man in the administration at this school who gives a fuck about my health and safety?
Is there a man in the administration at this school who would give a fuck if I were raped?
Emory, please know that I will never stop asking these questions until you do right by me and my community