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Three Rampage Reporters Share Their #MeToo Stories

Anjanae Freitas, Tamika Rey, and Toni Woodruff, three Rampage reporters sharing their stories of domestic and sexual abuse. Illustration by Paulina Rodriguez-Ruiz.

Story By: Tamika Rey, Anjanae Freitas, and Toni Woodruff

November 29, 2018

I Wish I Could Have Trusted You, by Tamika Rey I sat there and watched her suffer from involuntary facial tics, while her eyes were wide open and glazed over because they had been open for so long without blinking. The family had decided to remove her from life support because after suffering fr...

#MeToo is More than a Hashtag

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Story By: Paulina Rodríguez, Reporter

March 21, 2018

I awoke to the sound of knocking on the bathroom stall. Inaudible voices surrounded me. Disoriented, I found myself on the floor of my dorm bathroom, covered in urine. Somehow, in my hazed state, I unlocked the stall and found campus paramedics descending on me. Had I been there for minutes, h...

Time is Out for #TimesUp

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Story By: Loren Marcotte, Reporter

March 20, 2018

Though movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp are right in saying that something needs to be done about sexual harassment in the workplace, they do more harm than healing by implying that the progress that needs to be made in eliminating sexual harassment, begins only with men taking responsibility for t...

#MeToo: Beyond the Hashtag

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Story By: Julease Graham, Broadcast Editor

November 8, 2017

“I just have one question,” my vice principal said. “Why didn’t you fight back? Why didn’t you kick him in the balls? That’s what I would have done.” That’s the first thing the principal said to me after reading my written statement. She did not comment on the actions of the stu...

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