According to the Huffington Post , the annual party is intended to be a social gathering that allows partygoers to express their gender identity freely. Currently, no other student group may use the name or planning strategies to plan an alternative to SPG. The current QA said they felt the party has "continuously deviated from its goals of safe sexual expression" over the last decade. The Brown QA is not alone in calling off parties that have generated bad reputations due to controversial events. Temple University cancelled its Spring Fling due to the death of a visiting student. SPG was meant to be a celebration of the diversity of sexualities and bodies at Brown," the QA said in its statement.
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It says that Brown has the oldest school of engineering in the Ivy League a few lines above the claim that the School of Engineering came to be in It should say "oldest program in engineering" or "oldest engineering curriculum" or whatever is the factual phrase, and should state that this program was "reorganized" or similar into the School of Engineering in , so as to make the situation more clear. Dartmouth's claim of having the sole Western Egyptology department is incorrect. Oxford University has a long history of Egyptology, and has had an undergraduate degree program in the subject for many years. This edit is a little baffling to me. First, the school in question is Brown not Dartmouth and the claim is that Brown has a department of Egyptology, not merely a degree.
Athletics remain paused in Modified Activity Level Two. Instead, Queer Alliance paid for the event with funds it had raised, she said. Another shot showed a student, clad only in a red drinking cup, entering an EMS truck. She said she noticed Watters — a white male wearing a black sweatshirt and carrying a handheld camcorder — at one point, but since so many students had their cameras, she said it did not occur to her to say anything at the time.
Student group behind the long-running Sex Power God event at Brown University has canceled it, citing concerns about sexual assaults and other inappropriate behavior. In the past decade, according to the group, the dance has evolved from an event for safe, positive sexual expression to an environment characterized by excessive alcohol consumption and at-times violent behavior, including sexual harassment and unwanted touching. The announcement was shared as a statement in Bluestockings Magazine, a feminist-minded student publication that writes frequently about issues of gender and sexuality. Queer Alliance is a student group that supports gay students and serves as a hub for organizing related activities, and Sex Power God, also known as SPG, was meant to celebrate the diversity of sexuality and bodies at Brown, according to the statement. Sex Power God was started at Brown in