By JACK ARNHOLZ May 8, 2017
Bowdoin College has decided that the Alliance for Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) will no longer serve as a campus-wide programming organization. Reports have confirmed that the College did not ask for students’ consent before making this decision.
“ASAP is changing, and students are probably fine with that,” said Director of Gender Violence Prevention and Education Veronica Matthews. “I mean, we asked a group of students if we could disband the program and one guy who was texting kind of nodded his head, clearly indicating affirmative consent.”
Matthews also announced that the administration plans to merge the Center for Gender Violence Prevention and Education with the men’s hockey team.