The editor of The Daily Free Press, the student newspaper at Boston University, on Monday published an apology  for an April Fools issue that focused on rape and sexual assault -- subject matter that infuriated many on the campus that has struggled with charges that have been brought against two members of the university's hockey team. "We at The Daily Free Press want to apologize for the callous and ignorant stories we ran.... Our aim was to publish satirical material about Boston University as a whole, and we did not intend to perpetuate harmful stereotypes or inappropriately make light of serious issues. Simply put, we should have exercised caution. Our decisions were juvenile and insensitive. We deeply regret our heartless behavior and did not mean to personally offend anyone," said the apology. The joke issue appeared only in print, but The Boston Globe  and Jezebel  published excerpts from the issue.