Julie folds clothes in the dorm laundry room when Krakow enters. Krakow explains about the conversation with his RA. He walks towards Julie, who visibly shrinks from his presence and timidly says that she doesn't know. Krakow asks whether she told anyone that, and Julie says that she doesn't think so. Krakow gets louder, asking her to think about it, because it would be a pretty hard thing to forget. Julie says that she's confused. Krakow asks her whether that's what she thinks happened. Julie continues to mumble. Krakow says that he likes her, and that maybe it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't a crime. Krakow starts blaming the victim, saying that Julie kissed him at the bar, and that he didn't attack her or rip her clothes off. Julie tries to get past him to leave the room, but he grabs her arm and pulls her back, asking whether she reported it, and if not, whether she plans to. Julie says that she doesn't know, and that she's confused. Krakow points out that if she does, he'll probably be expelled. Julie asks him to let go of her arm, and he looks down as if he didn't even know that he was holding it. Krakow repeats, "I didn't rape you!" Julie shoots him a look of contempt, and rushes out of the room.
Felicity answers the phone in her dorm room. It's Javier, asking whether she can work the next day. Felicity explains that she got someone to cover for her, but the person who was supposed to cover has mono. Julie bursts into the room and angrily demands to know who Felicity told. Felicity admits that she told Knoll, and gets off the phone. Felicity tries to explain that she thought Knoll would know how to deal with it. Julie says that she's the one who has to deal with it. Felicity was trying to help her. Julie says that giving her pamphlets isn't the answer, and that Felicity is treating her in a condescending way, as if Julie doesn't realize what happened. Felicity gets upset, and says that Julie keeps saying that she's fine. Julie spits out that she and Felicity are totally different, and Felicity keeps telling her to do the right thing, but it's as if she's talking a different language because Felicity hasn't even slept with anyone. Felicity retorts, "I don't think I have to have sex to understand when someone's been abused." Julie pauses and then says that the rape was her own fault, because she gives out this message to guys. It's her talent. Felicity tells Julie to listen to what she's saying. Julie says she knows what she is, but that she thought she could start over at college. Julie admits that this is not the first time something like this has happened to her, and that she doesn't think that's a coincidence. Felicity points out that it doesn't mean it's Julie's fault. Julie tells Felicity to give it up, because she's not going to report it or go to the crisis center. Felicity refuses to sit there and watch Julie do nothing. Julie concludes that she's so pissed off that Felicity told Knoll, and she doesn't know why she thought Felicity would understand. Felicity looks stricken as Julie stomps out.