A few months ago, Rolling Stone ran a cringe-inducing story by Janet Reitman about Greek culture at Dartmouth.
The piece was prompted by a editorial written by Andrew Lohse, a member of the school’s SAE fraternity, in which he outlined some of the most disgusting hazing we’ve ever heard of.
Rolling Stone’s piece was equally cringe-worthy (click here to see the parts of the article we found most disgusting), and lead to Lohse getting a book deal with St. Martin’s press.
A site called Operation Goldman Snacks got a copy of Lohse’s proposal and has put it online for everyone to enjoy (h/t IvyGate). The title — working title, at least — is ‘Party at The End of the World.’
Here’s an excerpt:
Sounds good right? The proposal is already a little bit controversial. Lohse wrote that Rolling Stone writer Janet Reitman called him after reading his editorial and said the magazine had gotten the idea to do a story from a Dartmouth professor who had brought it to their attention.
Reitman said the magazine’s editor-in-chief got the story idea from Gawker, according to IvyGate.
See? This is already getting interesting.
And if you missed it — check out the most disgusting parts of Rolling Stone’s piece on Dartmouth frat culture>