Friday, May 06, 2011

Should Colleges Ban Fraternities?

"A recent op-ed article in The Wall Street Journal cited the Yale incident and called for fraternities to be banned to protect the safety of women. But should fraternities be singled out? The Education Department's civil rights office is reviewing several sexual harassment and assault cases at other colleges.

Are fraternity members really more apt than their male peers to tolerate sexist attitudes and sexual misbehavior? What role does drinking play, given its role in inciting aggression? Should colleges be doing more to prevent sexual offenses?"

From the NY Times.com

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MartinUthero said...

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