SAN DIEGO - The mother of a California college student said she was bothered when she learned one of her daughter's classes required her to get naked for her final exam. The final exam for the art visual class at the University of California at San Diego involved students acting out a series of gestures, according to the teacher. The last gesture was labeled "erotic self. How terrible, this sucks, this is just wrong," the student's mother told KGTV. It makes me sick to my stomach. Professor Ricardo Dominguez admitted to pass his final, his nearly 20 students must get naked.
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Visual arts students at the University of California, San Diego, must exhibit themselves in the buff before a naked class of 20 and a nude professor or fail an upper-level course, a disgusted mom told KGTV-TV. But faculty members and former students defend the elective course and maintain that "performing the self" class participants may also employ figurative nudity to pass the final. The issue is over a syllabus entry that refers to an "erotic self" assignment, requiring students to "create a gesture that traces the outlines or speaks about your 'erotic self s. UCSD professor Ricardo Dominguez has been lighting his classroom by candlelight and baring it all alongside his students as part of the assignment for 11 years and never received any complaints, he told the TV station.
Photography professor is accused of violating rules of consent surrounding women's photos in a new book on fraternity life. Candid photos are the lifeblood of documentary photography. But a critically acclaimed photo book on fraternity life by Andrew Moisey, assistant professor of visual studies at Cornell University , has attracted ire from students on multiple campuses over issues of consent and women's autonomy. Specifically, critics say, The American Fraternity Daylight documents women in compromising positions. In one photo, for example, a woman in party clothes lies passed out on a dirty fraternity house bed with her legs splayed open toward the camera.