Alleged sex competition by St. John's University students sparks investigation, protest
Student paper reports competition involving women at sister school
October 22, 2021
n alleged sex competition started by male students at St. John's University in the central Minnesota town of Collegeville is being investigated by administrators and condemned by female students from the private institution's sister school, the College of St. Benedict.
The Record, which serves as the student newspaper for the two Roman Catholic partner colleges, first reported the allegations that students living in a dorm at St. John's, which is an all-male university, competed to see who could have the most sexual encounters with women attending St. Benedict.
According to the campus newspaper, the St. John's students made a list with the names of certain St. Benedict students and assigned point values for different actions. Details of the list are unclear.