Aulenbacher didn't call Wellesley. And, in fact, the school has posted on Twitter that it is excited about welcoming Campbell this fall.
A group of Wellesley students and alumni started an online petition praising Campbell's actions: "Welcome to Wellesley College," it says. "We think you'll fit right in."
But Campbell maintained that an injunction still was needed to protect her academic record, saying there is "potential for irreparable harm" if she isn't protected by the court.
"In this case I want the reassurance that this won't happen because this is my future that I've worked hard for."
Campbell stood by her claim that she felt threatened by Aulenbacher's remarks in his office.
"At first he was kind of hostile and defensive," she said. "But then he kind of settled into threatening and intimidating ... he continued to berate me; he continued to carry on."
When asked by Aulenbacher's attorney, Timothy DiPiero, whether she had ever heard of Aulenbacher carrying out threats to another student, she answered yes. She said she had heard that he once approached another student's prospective college to complain about the student and that the student's scholarships were rescinded as a result.
That reference generated a tittering among the crowd -- as DiPiero pointed out, that student is the stepson of Mike Callaghan, Campbell's attorney.
DiPiero was then quick to establish that Campbell didn't have firsthand knowledge of the encounter.
Both Aulenbacher and Campbell said they don't feel vindictive toward one another -- Aulenbacher called her a "good kid," and she said she "has nothing wrong with him on a personal level."
Aulenbacher told the court that Campbell has had a fond relationship with his young children. She spent a long time dancing with his 8-year-old son at GW's winter dance, he said, "and to see an 8-year-old smiling ear to ear when he has a high school girl paying that much attention to him is great."
At prom last weekend, his kids were there again.
"And my wife came out of the dance and said Katelyn was in there dancing with the kids again, and asked me what do I think about that," Aulenbacher said. "And I said it's fine. It's just fine."
Contact writer Shay Maunz at shay.ma...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4886.