Recently, a dear friend of mine sat for me for a couple of photo sessions. I am not a pro, I am a student. These photos were for an assignment. Many of the shots we took were nudes. Two of the shots were to be used for my Mid-Term assignment. I had printed them out on fiber paper, and left them to dry on the drying screens in the lab. This was on a Saturday night. When I went back on Monday morning to flatten the prints so they could be turned in, one of them was gone. Everything else I printed was there, but the nude I was planning to turn in was missing. I searched the whole room, and asked the professors and the parapro if they had taken it and put it somewhere. They had not. The only people who have access to this room are other photography students, photo department staff, and campus security....all in all, fewer than 50 people. I'm thinking that this photo was not taken for it's artistic value. This young lady is quite the looker. Now, I am in a fix. I was able to reprint the shot, and force it dry so I could turn it in on time, but I have a wayword nude print. This young lady trusted me enough to take her clothes off and sit for me, and now I feel as though I let her down. Some perv out there has a nude photo of her. I've already put the wheels into motion through the photo department to see what might be done to recover it. All of the instructors know about the print, and have seen the other copy I made in case the thief tries to turn it in as his/her own, but I doubt that will happen. My trouble lies in how I handle this with the model. She trusted me, and even though I didn't give the print away, I still feel like I violated her trust by allowing it to be stolen. Any thoughts or suggestions? How would you handle this situation?