By Christian Wright
One would think that in 2015 that such barbaric acts as those committed recently at Penn State University would be a thing of the past. Unfortunately, our society still has not matured to the point where posting photos of unconscious, nude women–like those Penn State’s Kappa Delta Rho fraternity have been accused of posting–is no longer an issue.
We all know that frat parties can get out of hand. But, what we sometimes forget is that some students are more than willing to whip out their phone and start snapping pictures of people who get too wild.
The accused fraternity took its immaturity to the next level by posting the photos members took of the women at the parties on Facebook, where everyone knows your name.
The fraternity chapter has since been suspended for a year by their national organization while the investigation continues. Let this be a lesson: if you think it may be inappropriate or wrong, it probably is, and you don’t need to do it. Put the phones away.