Glen Butterworth, assistant to the dean of students, is rapidly in danger of being dubbed "Public
enemy douchebag #1" after warning Seattle University students that hosting a "Douchebag Party" to poke fun at frat (and sorority) culture on university campuses was in violation of the student code of conduct, falling under the category of "gender bias." The party invited men to wear popped collars, aviator shades and flip-flops (wait — no tribal tatts or fake tans?!) and the women to wear Abercrombie & Fitch clothing and to talk "incessantly" on their cell phones. This is much ado about nothing, if you asked me. In a patriarchal culture, sticks and stones may break men's douchebags' bones, but words will never hurt them. (Not to mention the fact that chicks could be douchebags, too!) Click here to read about this confused policy.