Saudi SG president is bringing discipline to ASU
Arizona State University is a very well known party school in the US, and its coeds are infamous for posing for Playboy and Hustler and other...ehem..gentlemen's magazines. This wouldn't happen without consequences anymore if the current Student Government President can help it. Undergraduate Student Government President Yaser Alamoodi is hoping to pass a rule that would prohibit males and females from posing in magazines he believes are damaging to ASU's reputation. "I was concerned to see logos and the name of ASU being associated with such magazines," he said. "I don't want the name of ASU to be a joke anymore, and I think the Playboy association is a big reason why the ASU academic reputation is not up to what it should be." Under the proposed rule, students who posed would be punished by the rules set forth in the student code of conduct. According to the code, any student who is found to violate the rules is subject to expulsion, suspension, probation, warning or payment of restitution. The reason why this is contreversial is because A) This is a freedom of speech issue, B) Posing for adult magazines is not illegal, and therefore people shouldn't be punished for it, and finally C) Yaser is a Saudi national, trying to impose a moralistic rule only he supports on american students. What's wrong with this picture? Imagine if the situation got reversed (Saudi school, american SG president tries to impose his country's morals on the school body) and you will get what I mean. Yaser, leave the ASU slutty girls alone. You want to be in a place that restricts the freedom of students to do something that will shame them and their children for years to come, well, go back to Saudi you dweeb. Trying to make it a rule that girls who expose themselves get expelled... peshhh. What are you? Gay? We should encourage more of them to pose naked you nimrod. Hurray for Boobies..or something!