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Angie Epifano
Angie Epifano is a former Amherst College student who is currently between schools. In October 2012, Angie published an article entitled “An Account of Sexual Assault at Amherst College” that detailed her rape and mistreatment at Amherst College, which led to her withdrawal from the school. The article quickly went viral and has been read by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Since then, she has backpacked through Europe, taught archery in Wyoming, worked at the US Space & Rocket Center, and restarted her activism work. She hopes to one day return to college, receive her BA, and continue working to break the silence that chains Survivors.
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Entries by Angie Epifano

Remembering the Real Victims of Rape

(27) Comments | Posted December 23, 2013 | 10:32 PM

In the past few weeks I've seen an amazing number of news articles and editorial pieces about the supposedly difficult, unjust lives led by men accused of rape.

These articles portray the same rape narrative: A college girl (usually white and straight, probably drunk) alleges that an academically/athletically...

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How Do You React to Your Rapist?

(28) Comments | Posted November 1, 2013 | 2:56 PM

On October 23rd I had the honor of speaking on a panel at Harvard's Graduate School of Education about Title IX in Higher Education and the effect of sexual assault on students. The panel itself was interesting, all the people were great, but halfway through I broke down into hysterical...

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'Thank You for Sharing'

(6) Comments | Posted September 27, 2013 | 12:18 PM

Several weeks ago, I visited my former school, Amherst College, for a supposedly routine visit that quickly transformed into several days of memories and frustrations. It was my first real visit to the school since I had published my story of mistreatment there last October. When I published...

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