Young people hooking up, wild parties, run-ins with the cops, chugging from a vodka bottle and football games-sounds like a typical weekend for most students doesn’t it?
"Undergrads," the USC-centered Web reality series, focuses on a bacchanal a la "The Hangover" aired Thursday and caused an uproar amongst students and administrators.
The Web series was produced by actor and perennial student James Franco and follows a wolf pack of USC students through the travails of off-campus life. The show focuses on the idea of a “senior year bucket list” that includes quite a few crazy and promiscuous tasks.
This shouldn’t come as too much of a shock considering this is coming from the same school that caused last year’s shocking naked photo incident. Two students were photographed having sex on top of a campus building and the photos quickly went viral.
In the last year, eyebrow-raising incidents have occurred. Photos were posted online of students having sex atop a campus building, and an email sent by fraternity members using crudely explicit terms to rate women went viral.
So here’s my question: would you want all of your crazy underage sex-capades on national television?