A Boston University task force revealed its findings in September, concluding that the men’s hockey team was detached from the general campus and that a “culture of sexual entitlement” exists among some players, a mindset college officials say contributed to two alleged sexual assaults on campus during the previous season.
The task force was launched in February after two BU hockey players were charged with sexual assault. Its public report made 14 sweeping recommendations, which the school intends to implement.
Pictured: BU Hockey standout Corey Trivino, 22, stood beside his lawyer Conrad Bletzer in Brighton District Court where Travino plead guilty to two counts of assault and battery and one count of breaking and entering the room of a fellow Boston University student on the night of Dec. 11, 2011.
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