Two interesting stories appeared this morning about ethics on college campuses. Both are highly critical of college administrators—one for doing too much, the other for doing too little.
Doing too much: According to this article in the Times, Harvard and other elite schools are actively discriminating against Asian American applicants because their admissions scores are too high.
Doing too little: According to Jim Bacon’s provocative piece on Bacon’s Rebellion, millennial students across America are running sexually wild while Baby Boomer administrators twiddle their thumbs, as exemplified by the horror story of alleged gang rape at UVA.
The following photo appeared in Bacon's article. Is this harmless fun or a sign of depravity--of people failing to honor themselves, their bodies, and their relationships in proper ways? I have blurred the faces to protect the innocent. [Full disclosure: I would not want to be judged by some photos taken during my college days... :) ]