Dartmouth College student Andrew Lohse submitted a column to The D about fraternity hazing practices at Dartmouth. "I was: forced to swim in a kiddie pool full of vomit, urine, fecal matter, semen, and rotten food products; forced to eat an omelet made of vomit; forced to chug cups of vinegar until I was afraid that I would vomit blood like one of my fellow pledges did; forced to inhale nitrous oxide; degraded psychologically on a daily basis; forced to drink beers poured down a fellow pledge’s ass crack; vomited on regularly, and encouraged to vomit on others," Lohse wrote in the unedited version.
John Chadima, athletics department official at University of Wisconsin, resigned after a student, "John Doe," accused him of grabbing his crotch at the football team's trip to the Rose Bowl, according to the Badger Herald. At the party involving alcohol for athletic department staff and student employees, "Chadima asked Doe to continue drinking with him. Doe alleges Chadima removed his belt and placed his hand inside his pants on his genitals. Chadima allegedly then asked 'What are you going to do about it?' and threatened to fire the student."
Yale University quarterback Patrick Witt, who had reportedly turned down a Rhodes scholarship interview for the Nov. Harvard vs. Yale game, was actually no longer a contender for the Rhodes at the time, according to the New York Times. The Rhodes Trust discovered that Witt had been accused of sexual assault by a female student in September and told Yale that it would suspend Witt's candidacy until Yale re-endorsed it.
The Cornell Daily Sun has a daring new sex column discussing sexual experimentation throughout middle school, high school, and college. "So that was it," wrote Fiona C. "I did lesbian sex! And while I am by no means an expert, I am proud of the progress I have made. I'll leave the strap-on saga for a later date, as I am not sure that many other experimenters will venture that far. So, ladies, if you are feeling adventurous, try your best, have fun and remember to take your turn on top."
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