[audio-pals] Cal Poly radio station hosts offer genital photos in fundraiser

  • From: "Ray T. Mahorney" <mahorney.r.t@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Sat, 31 May 2014 21:45:07 -0000

http://calcoastnews.com/2014/05/cal-poly-radio-station-hosts-offer-genital-photos-fundraiser/

Two California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo students, hosts on 
the university's
KCPR-FM radio station, offered photos of their genitals and rectums during the 
station's April
fundraiser.

Logan Cooper and Sean Martinez host KCPR's sex talk show, "Getting It In," 
which has featured topics
such as how to ask for oral sex and ways to experiment with the same sex. 
During the fundraiser, the
pair asked supporters to make $20 cash donations. In return, the pair would 
post the photos online
on Snapchat.

"For only $20 dollars you can have a week of sexy Snapchats featuring the hosts 
of 'Getting It In,'
" the fundraising announcement on Facebook said. "If you have ever been curious 
about which one of
us has a birthmark on our penis or which one of us has a tighter butt hole, 
this is your chance to
find out."

The pair insisted on cash payments.

"Assemble $20 dollars of CASH ONLY (checks, gift cards or pre-paid credit cards 
will be shredded
justly and promptly.)," the announcement read.

CalCoastNews contacted the offices of Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong and 
university Provost
Kathleen Enz Finken. Both offices promised responses from the officials. But 
later, both offices
referred questions to the university's media relations Director Matt Lazier.

"This fundraiser activity was organized and carried out without authorization 
from faculty and staff
in the department," Lazier said adding that most of CCN's questions would not 
be answered. "As well,
university administration is investigating the matter to determine if any 
student conduct violations
may have occurred."

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Doug Epperson was not available to comment 
about the radio
station, part of the university's journalism department.

Richard Gearhart, the faculty member in charge of the station, declined to 
comment beyond saying
that he had been directed not to speak.

Mary Glick, chair of the journalism department, said initially that she had 
started an investigation
and that she had no idea how much money was raise, but declined further comment.

The college had been warned about the possibility of problems with the station 
several months ago.
Department Coordinator Tess Serna said she informed Dean Epperson that the 
station had gone rogue
and asked that her name be taken off of the station's Federal Communication 
Commission license.

"I met with the dean in January and said they were not being supervised and 
something bad could
happen," Serna said.

The students could not be reached and their show was taken out of the station's 
lineup. 

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