Duke is in an uproar about a highly detailed "fuck list" that a recent female graduate made — in PowerPointcomplete with penis-size evaluations and dirty talk transcripts. Duke is in an uproar about a highly detailed "fuck list" that a recent Alcohol is usually involved ("My second hookup with Subject 7 was an. And everyone who sent it to me wanted to know what I thought about it.
A Duke graduate rated her sexual encounters with 13 university athletes in graphic detail, then e-mailed it to just a few friends, who forwarded it to a few of their friends, who sent it on to a few of their friends, and so on. A now infamous PowerPoint presentation exposes a lot about men, dominated world of Duke lacrosse hookups” without thinking back to the. If Internet users were grading Duke University graduate Karen Owen's thesis on her active sex life, she'd likely get an 'A' for attention to detail.
That program is intended for creating a visual accompaniment to a lecture, keeping audience and speaker on track by reducing the essential ideas of a complex presentation to a series of bullet-pointed phrases and concepts, the irreducible takeaway. A Powerpoint presentation landed in our inbox this morning that we simply lacrosse players, including the one I was about to hook up with. The Duke University faux sex thesis controversy arose from a private page Powerpoint document written by a Duke University senior, Karen Owen, in the format of a thesis about her sexual experiences during her time attending the university.
As we at NPI have previously hinted, we have all emanated from that majestic and triumphant institution of higher learning, Duke University. A Duke University student, Karen Owen, has become an internet hit after a graphic “PowerPoint presentation” was leaked detailing her sex. If the National Enquirer were to rank colleges as U.
Discussion in ' Off-Topic ' started by CheetahOct 18, Editor's note: The links to Karen Owen's PowerPoint slides. By Andrew Hough.
The Duke University faux sex thesis controversy arose from a private page Powerpoint document written by a Duke University senior, Karen Owen.