Yale is under federal investigation for “its failure to eliminate a hostile sexual environment.” Its frat boys seem to be running rampant, not letting their fancy Ivy League-ness get in the way of behaving like cavemen. Sixteen students filed a complaint in March accusing the university of a breach of Title IX, citing some of these charming examples:
So, when are colleges going to get serious and ban fraternities? (Note: not all of these incidents are connected to a particular frat. But still.) For real, what is the advantage of having them? Does anything good ever come of them? There’s usually some boilerplate about philanthropy or community service, but let’s be real. “No means yes! Yes means anal!”? Public sex atop a university building? Frat bros are gross.
[via New York Post]
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 2, 2011