The authors of the report deferred to the magazine, emphasizing their role in highlighting “systemic and institutional problems” rather than prescribing specific fixes. “We leave it up to Rolling Stone to decide how best to deal with these problems,” said Sheila Coronel, dean of academic affairs at the school.
While Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner and managing editor Will Dana told The New York Times they have fixed some newsroom practices, Wenner has said staffers at Rolling Stone will not be disciplined for the flawed story.
The decision was a striking one when viewed in the context of the long and unforgiving review. Read more