Bettina Lanyi remembers. It was 1986, and she was in eighth grade. She and a friend went to a house in Washington’s Tenleytown neighborhood packed with high school kids, including a throng of boys from Gonzaga College High School and Georgetown Preparatory School.
There was a lot of beer. A few fights broke out. Lanyi recalls being pawed and kissed. It freaked her out. She hadn’t been drinking, but her friend, also an eighth-grader, had."‘These Are the Stories of Our Lives’: Prep School Alumni Hear Echoes in Assault Claim" is from the 9/19.2018 National section of The Washington Post. It was written by Joe Heim and narrated by Sam Scholl.