It appears even women’s sports teams aren’t immune to this kind of thing.

The Daily Caller reports:

Dartmouth Women’s Swimming Team Suspended Due To Sexually Provocative PowerPoint Presentations

Dartmouth College suspended its women’s swimming and diving team for hazing first-year members by instructing them to create sexually-charged PowerPoints, according to a Thursday report.

Dartmouth suspended the team for three meets in the fall of 2017, according to New York Post. The school’s Organizational Adjudication Committee — composed of students, faculty, and administrators — assigned the punitive suspension, as well as some educational sanctions.

“We hold our teams to high standards and our student-athletes understand their collective responsibility to the community,” said Harry Sheehy, Dartmouth’s athletics director, in a release obtained by the Union Leader. “The members of the team have acknowledged that their behavior was unacceptable and that their actions have consequences.”

Notably, Dartmouth’s hazing policy contains no objective definition of the ritual.

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