In Response to: Far From Home, an Assault [6]

Bravo to Kate McGunagle ’14 for her courageous account of being drugged and raped while studying abroad (“Far From Home, An Assault,” April 22). The University response from Michele Minter suggests that the vice provost for institutional equity and diversity either has a tin ear or — and I don’t want to assume this — intended to minimize Ms. McGunagle’s experience. While the phrase “sexual misconduct” occurs five times in her four-paragraph response, the word “assault” appears only once, in the name of a hotline, and the word “rape” not at all.