May 25, 1954 · The Washington Post

U. of Va. Paper Again Charges Pressure in Sex Scandal

The Cavalier Daily reiterates its May 19th claims that political pressure is being brought to bear on the school's administration in an attempt to influence the disciplinary outcomes for the eleven students involved in the April 3rd sexual assault, declaring that "the future of a great university" is at stake.


WaPo25 May 1954.pdf
The Washington Post
Edward Gaynor, University Archivist
Date Added July 30, 2017
Date Modifed October 17, 2017

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This Item Relation Item: University Visitors Confirm Penalties for Sex Scandal
This Item Relation Item: 2 Expulsions at Virginia Are Upheld
This Item Relation Item: Board of Visitors Docket: June 6, 1954
This Item Relation Item: Board Hears Va. Student Grievances
This Item Relation Item: Complaints Submitted by Va. Students
This Item Relation Item: More Power Slated for Student Unit
This Item Relation Item: A Memorandum Re: Reorganization of Student Government
This Item Relation Item: Darden, Students In Accord
This Item Relation Item: Oral History Interview of Colgate W. Darden by Ann L. S. Southwell and Michael F. Plunkett [manuscript]
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Item: 3 in Scandal at U.Va. Deny Pressure Relation This Item
Item: Student Group Denies Part in Discipline Relation This Item