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How Did State Colleges Fare on Trojan's Sexually Healthy College Survey?

By Chuck Sudo in News on Oct 28, 2011 7:45PM

Earlier this month, Trojan released their their sixth annual sexual health report card. (Which we can all agree is geared to getting people to buy rubbers, yes?)

For the report card, Trojan enlisted in Sperling's BestPlaces to analyze more than 140 major campuses drawn from conferences within the Bowl Championship Series and beyond. Spreling's looked at data from student health center representatives and conducted follow-up research on those centers and students on campus. Student health centers were graded on services across 13 separate categories.

Columbia University topped the list for the second consecutive year but coming in a strong number two is the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, which means you Illini are asking the pertinent questions before simply hooking with anyone. As for other local and state colleges, Northwestern made big strides and now ranks 28th on the list. that's the third straight year NU has improved in the rankings. But take a look at this photo and see the local colleges at or near the bottom.


Yup. that's DePaul at the bottom of the list. It would be easy to blame this on the Catholics and their troglodytic, but evolving, view toward contraception.

But you Blue Demons need to shoulder some of the responsibility. It's called "no glove, no love" for a reason. Chicago State only fares slightly better.