Letter Blasts Harvard After Alleged Sexual Assault

Female student wrote an op-ed for The Crimson titled "Dear Harvard: You Win."
3:00 | 04/01/14

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It's the letters so many are talking about on the Harvard campus written by a frustrated and depressed sex assault victim. To the university she says ignored her cries for help and protection. It's called -- Harvard you -- and that was posted in the student newspaper the Harvard Crimson. The story of a woman who says she was sexually attacked one winter night by another student. She claims administrators refused to force her attacker to move to another house despite repeated police. As a result the victim says she's falling behind and classes suffers from anxiety. And is taking anti depressants and through all of it she lives in fear of her attacker. Whose voice she says she hears all day long and remains -- punished due to outdated school policy. The letter ends this way. Dear Harvard you may have won but I still have a voice and I plan on using it as much as I can to make things change. That student says she will be moving to another house next semester. Out of fear for her life. The letters prompted the formation of a sexual assault task force on the Harvard campus.

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