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19-Feb-2017 03:04

This is the latest in a series of cases to draw attention to the issue of sexual assaults on college campuses in the US.

The victim reportedly smiled and then started to cry. Passed out means no,” said Santa Clara prosecutor Jeff Rosen.They said he jumped off her once he saw them and they pinned him down until police arrived.Turner admitted that he had fondled the unnamed victim - a 23-year-old UC Santa Barbara graduate who lived in Palo Alto, where the college is located - but had always denied that he raped the woman.'I never knew that I would have a chance to choose from possibly the best schools from the world.I was hoping to get into at least one of the Ivy Leagues.''My parents had done so much to put me in this position, to put me in the United States of America,' he said. I had to do something with the opportunities they gave me.'Stefan's extracurricular activities include tutoring other students with language barriers, running the cycling club and Spirit Week and joining the stock market club, the Indy Star reported.

The victim reportedly smiled and then started to cry. Passed out means no,” said Santa Clara prosecutor Jeff Rosen.They said he jumped off her once he saw them and they pinned him down until police arrived.Turner admitted that he had fondled the unnamed victim - a 23-year-old UC Santa Barbara graduate who lived in Palo Alto, where the college is located - but had always denied that he raped the woman.'I never knew that I would have a chance to choose from possibly the best schools from the world.I was hoping to get into at least one of the Ivy Leagues.''My parents had done so much to put me in this position, to put me in the United States of America,' he said. I had to do something with the opportunities they gave me.'Stefan's extracurricular activities include tutoring other students with language barriers, running the cycling club and Spirit Week and joining the stock market club, the Indy Star reported.'And that's always been at the back of my mind.' Khalif, who will study political science at Harvard, also received offers from Stanford, Georgetown and the University of Minnesota - and while she couldn't believe it, her teachers were not surprised.'It was difficult to turn down offers from many amazing schools around the country,' he said in a statement.