And standing next to Dave Brandon was a young reporter for the Michigan Daily. The reporter asked Brandon, "Mr. Brandon, do you have a problem with our reporting on Brendan Gibbons' expulsion?" To which Brandon asked in turn, "Do you have a problem with reporting the name of the accuser?" The young reporter, being versed in journalistic ethics, puffed out his chest with pride and declared, "Oh no sir. There is a policy that directs us to never name sexual assault victims. To do so would undermine the system. People, and most importantly vicitms, might not step forward if they were named publicly. We do not name sexual assault vicitms -- alleged or not -- whether it is a criminal proceeding or an administrative proceeding. Moreover, sir, we know that all parts of an administrative proceeding must remain confidential because the due process rights of an accused are not protected in the administrative setting, as they are in criminal courts." "Well, lad, said David Brandon, then that makes it clear what a moral and ethical lapse it would be, to name someone in such a proceeding."
I think you will get your wish.