Don't miss "Fox News Reporting -- The Truth About Sex & College" anchored by Martha MacCallum on Saturday & Sunday at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.


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Martha MacCallum gave us a glimpse of what we'll see in her upcoming "Fox News Reporting" special that examines some of the untold stories in the campus rape crisis. 

In an op-ed on FoxNews.com, Martha writes that there are varying claims and studies about the number of sexual assaults occurring on college campuses. 

No one really knows for sure.  Another  study claims  that young women who do not attend college are more likely to be raped than those who do.

Still, many assaults go unreported, and – of course – one rape or sexual assault on any campus is too many. No one thinks this is not a serious issue. No one wants any college student to be assaulted or raped on campus.

But neither does anyone want a college student to be falsely accused in an effort to help the school look like it’s taking the issue seriously. Lives are being ruined. Something must be done.

On "America's Newsroom," Martha talked to a father whose son, Corey Mock, was kicked out of school because of a rape allegation.

Mock maintained that the sex was consensual. A judge agreed last August, saying the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga presented no evidence to support Mock's expulsion. 

But 17 days later, the decision was reversed, despite no new evidence. Mock was expelled for allegedly violating the school's Student Code of Conduct. 

Watch Mock's father discuss the difficult series of events above, and tune in this weekend!


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Don't miss "Fox News Reporting -- The Truth About Sex & College" anchored by Martha MacCallum on Saturday & Sunday at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.