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Controversy at Ryerson U. Over Underwear Slush Crawl

March 25, 2013
 

The president of Ryerson University, in Toronto, is condemning as "completely unacceptable" a tradition in which engineering students who wish to be leaders in the next year's orientation program go through a series of events, including crawling through slush while wearing only their underwear. Sheldon Levy, the president, said that "anyone who contends it is ‘just fun’ or ‘builds community’ has no place at Ryerson." Students told The Toronto Star that the president was overreacting, and that the event was fun and did build community. YouTube video of the event has drawn attention to it.

 

 

 
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