‘How Many More?' 52 Paper Cut Outs Pop Up at Baylor After Lawsuit Alleges 52 Rapes

A display of solidarity with Baylor University sexual assault survivors popped up on campus Monday, as students resumed classes for the first time since a new lawsuit alleged that the football program's sexual assault problem was far worse than previously reported.Students taped 52 paper cut outs in the shape of people to the ground on Fountain Mall, near the student center, to represent the 52 acts of rape that Friday's lawsuit claims were committed by 31 football players between 2011 and 2014."How many more?" one read. The latest estimate -- based on investigation by lawyers -- far exceeds the figure school officials provided to The Wall Street Journal in October. After the law firm Pepper Hamilton investigated how the university responded to sexual assault, regents told the paper that 17 women had accused 19 football players of sexual or physical assault since 2011.   Continue reading...

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