Inappropriate orientation games becoming a trend at local universities

Stomperis appalled by the orientation camp activities at a local university after his friend shared his experience.

In a phone interview with Stomp, he said that the camp was held off-campus and male students had to take off their shirts when they entered this "zone".

At the chalet, there was a sign put up that said "No shirts allowed beyond this point!" and the students cannot say no.

He called up the school's general hotline to ask about the orientation camp and they could not give him a reply.

Stomper N said:

"My friend is studying Business at one of the local universities.

"He went for the orientation camp with both genders at a chalet.

"During one of the activities, the students were made to say vows with erotic quotes.

"This felt wrong as the girls can be as young as 18 to 20 years old.

"I read that another local university's orientation camp had activities where students have to lick whip cream off each other. 

"Orientation camps are meant for bonding and for people to know each other -- but these activities seem to be more erotic than educational."