Posted by Lauren Feldman on November 14, 2011 at 4:43 pm
Harvard has received a fortuitous leg up in our quest to not have the worst sex lives in the Ivy League.
Yale president Richard Levin announced last week that activities of the college’s “Sex Week” may no longer take place in Yale’s facilities or use the school’s name.
According to this article, Levin’s decision was based upon a committee report examining how to combat sexual harassment and violence at Yale. The document stated that Sex Week at the school deviated from its intended purpose of sex education, and prominently featured “titillating displays, ‘adult’ film stars, and commercial sponsors of such material.”
Fellow Harvard students, this is our chance. Hopefully our football team won’t be the only thing scoring at Yale this weekend.