Boston College Cracks Down on Condoms

At Boston College, a group of students has been threatened with disciplinary action for distributing condoms, reports Lizzie Crocker of The Daily Beast. Although the Jesuit school has attempted to stop condom distribution in the past, the instance represents the first overt warning of potential action. Crocker writes, “In a letter signed by Paul J. Chebator, the dean of students, and George Arey, director of residence life, school officials told students living in the Safe Sites that distributing condoms was in conflict with their ‘responsibility to protect the values and traditions as a Jesuit, Catholic University.’”

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