This provides more details on the Trogan roofer and the unsurprising SC response. For the original post, see this.
MailOnline can reveal the young lothario IS a USC student from a wealthy Californian family.
Oh shoot, I bet the mortgage that he was a first-generation American and the first in his family to attend college.
He... is also a keen sports player.
Gasp! He, he, he's an athlete! Holy smokes, I'd would never have guessed one of the Southern Cal "sports" could possibly have done this. I was so sure he was a pre-med!
The student photographed having sex on the roof of a college building was in hiding today as the fallout from the lurid images threatened to engulf him.
Did he drive away in a Bronco?
The scandal has electrified the university's student body
And just when they were so hard at work cramming for midterms...
The disgraced fraternity member's wealthy parents live in a highly respectable beach community in southern California.
Providing the basis for their son to be admitted as a "legacy."
'He has had to make a formal apology to sororities at the college.'
It was not learned whether he was clothed at the time.
And now that the Times is on the case, we learn about the university (sic)'s tough
Officials at USC said they believed the incident in which two people apparently had sex on the roof of a campus building was an isolated one.
Because he got caught.
Denzil Suite, associate vice president at USC for student affairs, told the Los Angeles Times in an email that university officials were not concerned with the Kappa Sigma fraternity, the overwhelming majority of whose members "comport themselves in a manner consistent with the ideals of the organization and the university."
As evidenced by the fraternity's recent viral e-mail which is far too disgusting (and inappropriate for people of all ages) to even to link to from Bruins Nation.
"Rather it is about the poor judgment of one of our students and his guest," Suite said.
OJ, too, was guilty of poor judgment.
The Daily Trojan reported Wednesday that fraternity officials were considering a new program to educate members on the “importance of maintaining positive social images.”
When relating to the opposite gender, we want you to behave like Leinart, Rey Rey, Sanchez, and Ogre.
And in Britain they managed to drill down into the dire disciplinary action.
Denzil Suite, USC Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, told the university's Daily Trojan newspaper: "To say that we are disappointed in this type of behaviour does not begin to capture the seriousness with which we regard this type of activity."
Well, actually, it pretty much does.
"While I cannot speak to specific actions which will be taken with any individual, suffice to say that this type of conduct cannot go unaddressed."
But it can, and of course will, go unpunished.
How many more translations can the adults-in-charge furnish in the coming weeks? For those who posted interesting comments both pro and con the previous Trogan-to-English post, this additional material doesn't quite make a compelling case for Troy as an exemplar of what's best in higher education.