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Princeton University invites students to make ‘art’ with condoms: ‘LatEXHIBITION’

Princeton University invites students to make 'art' with condoms: 'LatEXHIBITION'
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An Ivy League school event asks students to participate in a “latex art competition,” where participants make “art” from condoms.

Princeton University is hosting the event, “LatEXHIBITION,” on January 31, tasking students with making art from “expired latex condoms.”

“In teams of 2-4 people (can be any combination of students, faculty, and staff), create something beautiful and educational out of expired latex condoms,” the event description states.

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PRINCETON, NJ - People stroll around the Princeton campus during early spring.

PRINCETON, NJ – People stroll around the Princeton campus during early spring.
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Princeton University Health Services hosts “LatEXHIBITION” and asks participants to work as a team and “create something beautiful and educational out of latex condoms.”

The condom-inspired artwork will be judged on the evening of February 14, when the “National Condom Day” event will be held at the university,” according to the event description.

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An outside view of the University Chapel on the campus of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, November 4, 2011.

An outside view of the University Chapel on the campus of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, November 4, 2011.
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“We will supply you with expired condoms in increments of 50, and have a latex ban with judging and prizes on the evening of February 14 (National Condom Day) at Campus Club,” the description states.

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to attend the “latex art competition,” according to the site.

Blair Hall on the Princeton campus.  (Photo by John Grimm/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Blair Hall on the Princeton campus. (Photo by John Grimm/LightRocket via Getty Images)
(Photo by John Grimm/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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The on-campus reform was first reported on the event.

A Princeton University student, Abigail Anthony, told Fox News Digital that the event was “crude and inappropriate.”

“The Condom Art Contest is crude and dishonest,” said Anthony. “I wish the university would celebrate Valentine’s Day with a more subtle and meaningful event.”

Fox News Digital has reached out to Princeton University for comment.

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