‘Ethics’ Class? Hardly

Students at La Salle University in Philadelphia say exotic dancers were part of a professor’s extra-credit symposium on business ethics.  Officials at the private Roman Catholic school say they are investigating the March 21 seminar, which ended abruptly after the business school’s dean showed up.  Students say the dancers kept their clothes on. Sophomore Brad Bernardino tells WPVI-TV that one dancer gave a lap dance to assistant management professor Jack Rappaport.  Rappaport did not respond to an emailed request for comment.  La Salle spokesman Joseph Donovan would not comment on Rappaport’s status while the investigation continues. Students say they have a new teacher.

What have slinky dancers to do with ethics?  That’s right, absolutely nothing.  Unless getting a lap dance is part of the ‘new ethics’ so beloved by the modern pagan.  Still, it’s rather odd to hear about such things at a Catholic University.  Rappaport must be related to the prof who had the sex toy demonstration in his ‘class’.

But hey, they’re ‘accredited’, so that’s all that matters.

One thought on “‘Ethics’ Class? Hardly

  1. Joe 13 Apr 2011 at 1:47 am

    Seems they were watching too much of The Naked Archaeologist…


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