College campuses are a haven for sexual activity. Here are few
headlines from this semester...
First College Dance in 143 Years
1200 students at Wheaton College in Illinois attended the first real dance in the
Christian school's 143-year history this November.
It was not until the 1960s that the school lifted the rule prohibiting students from
going to movies. For generations, students were barred from dancing - on campus or
off - unless it was with members of the same sex or a square dance.
Administration officials say that lifting the dance ban will help get students ready to
deal with the real world after they graduate.
Wheaton also eased its ban on alcohol and smoking for faculty and staff. They can
now drink and light up off campus, as long as it is not in front of undergraduates.
Join the ISU Student Bondage Club
Students at Iowa State University have started a new club on campus. Cuffs, a campus club that
teaches students about bondage and other sexual fetishes, is gaining popularity and
has even recieved money from the student senate!
The highlight of a Cuffs meeting this week was the film "Secretary," about an attorney and his assistant who find a common bond in masochism, or inflicting physical pain for pleasure. Instead of popcorn, they snacked on "S&M's": a mix of Skittles and M&M's candies.
ISU's 27,000 students will pay about $8.6 million in mandatory fees this year. About $1.5 million will go to campus clubs.
This year, Cuffs asked for $100 from the fund mainly to pay for club promotion.
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College Students to Test Condoms!
University students in London have been offered the chance to earn extra money the fun way-- by testing condoms.
Manufacturer Condomi has placed commercials in university newspapers and on student radio stations across Britain and Ireland offering £100 per semester to students who volunteer to take part in what it calls "rigour pleasure tests" of the contraceptives.
The company expects to recruit about 100 testers initially who will be able to make up to £300 in a year. (Most British universities have three semesters annually.)
Science Building is the new "Hook-Up"!
Two men were identified after they were reported to be engaged in sexual activity inside the 3rd floor mens' restroom of the Fondren Science Building at Southern Methodist University. The officer entered the restroom and observed both men standing inside separate stalls, each facing one another with their pants and underwear down around their ankles. A hole had been cut between the stalls at waist level. One man is a student and will be referred to the Judicial Officer for action. The other is not affiliated and was issued a criminal trespass warning.
This is the actual Police Report from SMU
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