It has been an exciting few weeks for colleges across the country, to say the least. Temperatures are rising, spring break is upon us, and March Madness is basically here. Here are just a few stories to remind you of some recent strange–dare I say ridiculous–events in higher education:
If you are unaware of what’s been happening with Charlie Sheen recently, then just leave now. Charlie Sheen’s influence has inspired people all over our country to try to understand what really matters in life. His many words have been so inspirational that even some GW students want him as their commencement speaker. This GW Facebook page (with over 1,500 “likes”) implores Mr. Sheen to attend GW’s graduation. Other sites have followed, and even our very own Diddy tweeted at him. No one knows what the future hold for Sheen, though we must trust that it will be nothing less than epic.
Not in Providence, but in Provo, Utah, Brandon Davies, one of Brigham Young University’s finest basketball players, was suspended for having premarital sex (#sinning). According to BYU’s honor code, students are required to “live a chaste and virtuous life,” a rule which Davies apparently violated simply for attending sexction. The question remains: how did they find out about Davies’ sexual endeavors?
If you thought SexPowerGod was wild, well, you are definitely right. However, in other (sexy) news, Northwestern’s human sexuality professor, John Michael Bailey, authorized a LIVE demonstration of his horny brainchild, the fucksaw. No need to fret, BYU officials—she was clothed (partially). Though this professor got heat from both the university and the press, it seems he has no regrets. And why should he?!
Correction: A previous version of this post included the sentences: “Let me rephrase: this professor [Bailey] induced multiple, consecutive orgasms in a female volunteer on stage in front of 120 students. In other words, Professor Bailey repeatedly penetrated and stimulated a young lady with a motorized phallus so cleverly named ‘the fucksaw.'” It has come to our attention that a Chicago sex tour guide, and not the Northwestern professor, operated the device in an after-class demonstration.