While the University of Virgina struggles to find ways to clean the tarnish off the school’s reputation in the wake of a discredited rape story, the publisher of that article is now turning to a famous journalism school for an independent review.

Rolling Stone magazine has enlisted the Columbia Journalism School to review its handling of their story about an alleged rape on campus at the University of Virginia. Rolling Stone Editor and Publisher Jann S. Wenner released a statement, explaining:

We have asked the Columbia Journalism School to conduct an independent review – headed by Dean Steve Coll and Dean of Academic Affairs Sheila Coronel – of the editorial process that led to the of this story. As soon as they are finished, we will publish their report.

Rolling Stone published its powerful story about a horrific alleged rape at UVA, which was subsequently retracted because of questions regarding the accuracy of the survivor’s account. Coll and Coronel will not be paid for their investigation. “We’re doing it on our own time,” Coronel said in the Washington Post.

They have not set a deadline for the audit, but once completed, the results will be published on the Rolling Stone website and an abridged version will appear in the print version of the magazine.