The Koala has become notorious at three California universities for its jokes about rape, pedophilia, and "squinty eyed foreign exchange students," among other topics. And now individual students have become targets.
Greg Sgammato wrote a piece mocking "fat chicks" (or, in his words, "elephants" and "wildebeests") for the Johns Hopkins News-Letter. Now you can see the face of this witty social critic — and his News-Letter partner in crime.
Purdue University paper The Exponent ran a supposedly funny cartoon Friday depicting a sex position it called "The Prestige." But to many readers, it looked a lot like rape.