A Seattle school is tracking student parties through Facebook and threatening students who break the rules, the Seattle Times reports. Seattle University recently scrapped a party where men were to wear flipped-up collars, and women Victoria's Secret or Abercrombie and Fitch. "You will be held responsible" for hosting a party based on "gender bias," the school warned.
"Our education doesn't really stop when students leave the classroom," a dean's assistant said. "In some ways, it begins there." But some of the school's 7,500 students are livid. "I was really mad, actually," said the host of a canceled party. "They had no right to do that. It's a private residence."