As a Claremont student I must agree that there is a lack of sexual education in our community. It should be the responsibility of the administration to take initiative of the topic, as they seem to do with alcohol. All of the administrations should be responsible for making sure dormitories and RA’s can reinforce safe sexual decisions by adequately providing supplies and education to sex related instances. However, the lack of sex education at the 5c’s also brings to light the issue of how poor communication has become between the schools. I, or any other student I know here, is unfamiliar with the Smart Sex Society, and they should not be responsible for spearheading the issue (although it is right of them to). Sexual education is not anything to be taken lightly and its sad to not have our administrations be more persistent and knowledgeable about it, and they all appear quite foolish compared to the Smart Sex Society by not voicing the issue more often or as persistently. It seems that the conversation of sex in general only comes about in the offices of the administration when a student has mistreated another student, and the issue is then discussed with punishment as a priority (expulsion, suspension, etc.) instead of education. While that may be fair on the basis of what occurred in the incident, what is not fair is how the conversation only arises when a controversy has come as a result. If they really believe to take full responsibility for the well-being of our community (as many of them advertise) then it would be right on our part as students to demand that this topic go beyond the standard of just having a set of rules and ask for a more interactive demonstration towards the topic. If the Claremont Colleges can fund sexual education for women in Afghanistan, then we, as paying students, really deserve more access, education, and treatment towards a sex-related conversation.