Harvard suspended its top-of-the league men’s soccer team for the rest of the season Thursday after the school’s student paper, The Harvard Crimson, published an article explaining how each year men on the team kept a lewd “scouting report” that rated each freshman from the women’s team based on their attractiveness and sex appeal.
The Harvard Crimson published its article late last month. The men kept their list on a Google document that until recently was publicly available, as well as the group’s full email list. The nine-page document is believed to have been created by the 2012 men’s team, but updated each year by the successive men’s team. The document judged each incoming freshman on the women’s team by attractiveness, based on a number scale, and designated each woman with a sexual position.
.. The men’s team is currently in first place in the Ivy League.
Students scheduled their own games and controlled college sports, but then the universities moved in to control things when television came in.
I had a college president, whose salary was twice it would have been, but for the fact that the board of trustees wanted to reduce the disparity between the football coach and the president.