We can't believe we're actually siding with a college fraternity, but we don't blame the University of Virginia's Phi Kappa Psi chapter for wanting to sue the crap out of Rolling Stone.
The magazine officially retracted a November article alleging a gang rape at the PKP's university residence after the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism released a scathing report detailing numerous failures on the part of the freelancer who wrote the piece and Rolling Stone editors involved in the project.
It's pretty humiliating when you have to print stuff like this in your own publication:
Rolling Stone's repudiation of the main narrative in "A Rape on Campus" is a story of journalistic failure that was avoidable. The failure encompassed reporting, editing, editorial supervision and fact-checking.
Assuming, of course, that it is Beyonce.
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