Two women say Philly’s most venerable arts school mishandled their sexual assaults. Years later, the case is still rattling the institution.

December 2, 2019

The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Anna Orso

In the spring of 2016, two undergraduates at the famed Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts told school officials that they had been raped by a fellow student.


Paul Apicella, a lawyer with Montgomery McCracken who advises schools on Title IX, said this is harder at smaller schools due to resources, but employees treating Title IX as just part of their job is “something you would like to avoid.”


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