Student Who Reported Rape Could Be Punished For Violating BYU Honor Code
This week, students at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, protested the school’s response to sexual assault. After a student was allegedly raped off campus by a non-student, she reported the incident to the Provo police. Then she was later summoned by a BYU official to respond to charges she had violated the school’s honor code, which requires students to be chaste. Salt Lake Tribune reporter Erin Alberty speaks with Here & Now’s Robin Young.
- Erin Alberty, justice and safety reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune.
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