In case we weren't aware, Saint Mary's University is totally not OK with its students singing songs that promote rape.
One day after sending 80 student leaders to sensitivity training over a frosh event in which hundreds of students participated in a chant celebrating non-consensual sex with underage girls, the Nova Scotia university says it will bring in the big guns to lead a task force into sexual violence prevention.
Wayne MacKay, the former chair of Nova Scotia's Task Force on Bullying and Cyberbullying, has been asked to clean up the mess on campus.
“As I watched events unfold at Saint Mary’s University over the last week, I saw that there is clearly more work to be done along the road I have already been traveling in relation to human rights,” MacKay said in a statement.
MacKay was named one of Canada's 25 most influential lawyers earlier this year, and was a vocal anti-bullying advocate over the course ofRead More »from Saint Mary’s University launches sexual violence task force after graphic student chant