A Duke student's risque PowerPoint has firmly implanted itself in the annals of legendary internet stories for generations to come. Karen F. In the report, she describes the men she's slept with in near-scientific detail and even provides charts ranking their sexual prowess. She sent the show to a few friends after she wrote it and, from there, it went into a forward frenzy, ending up on fraternity listservs and making its way to the media. Owen told Jezebel that she never meant for the show to go viral; since it has been posted she has gone into virtual hiding. Some Duke students are less than pleased by the report's infamy.
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The claims were made in a statement by the attorneys of Meredith Watson, who has also said Virginia Lt. Fairfax has refused to resign as he faces two allegations of assault. Watson also told friends, including Justin Fairfax. The university is looking into the matter and will have no further comment at this time. Contact us at letters time.
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