After being shown the messages by one of the men, two female students mentioned in the chat made official complaints to the university, which launched an inquiry, led by its chief press officer.
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Mr Croft said correct procedures had been followed - but he said he accepted the report highlighted procedures that were in need of "fundamental reform".
She said she welcomed the letter, but added: "Once again, the university's attempts to do the right thing are driven by press scrutiny, as opposed to consideration of us and a desire to do what is right by their students. However two of the men's year bans were reduced to one year after they appealed to the university. Personal apology Mr Croft told the BBC he had not yet personally apologised to the victims, citing concerns about ongoing legal action.
And while the vice chancellor denied accusations of a conflict of interest, he did tell the BBC it would not happen again. In a civil case, the women are suing the university for sex discrimination and negligence in the duty of care Warwick owes its students. Speaking publicly for the first time, Danielle - not her real fo - said the incident happened, despite her efforts to arrange a separate room for her own use.
The women ly criticised the university for appointing its head of press, Peter Dunn, to investigate their complaint. In response to the claims, the university has maintained that the complaints were handled in a "fair and sensitive way".
In her report, published on Wednesday, Dr Persaud concludes there was "a profoundly unsatisfactory outcome for almost every single person involved" in the university's handling of the case. When the BBC asked Mr Croft whether the women were treated fairly and sensitively during the process, he said: "No, that's one of the things I would apologise for.
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