Arizona State freshman Elizabeth Hawkenson is under from fire ASU alumni, after she was seen doing a porno "interview" on a black couch, with a backroom casting coach.
Hawkenson signed a waiver to allow the video to be posted on the internet, and was paid for the video, according to Barstool Sports. Â No big deal, right? Â Nothing wrong with trying to make a little extra dinero.
In the porno, Hawkenson flashes her ASU student ID card - puts it right up next to her face for positive identification - and then proceeds to undress and commit many explicit sexual acts.
The Elizabeth Hawkenson porn video has drawn the ire of an anonymous ASU alumni, who demands that Hawkenson's $32,000 New American Scholar Award be revoked. Â In a letter written to the Arizona Board of Regents, he/she writes:
"As an ASU alumnus, I object to Ms. Hawkensonâ€™s choice to identify herself as an ASU student in a pornographic video that is available to the general public. I feel that which clearly violates the ASU Student Code of Conduct.
On behalf of my fellow ASU alumni, I demand that Ms. Hawkensonâ€™s $32,000 New American Scholar Award be revoked immediately. A young woman who brings shame on her university in such a public and degrading way does not deserve the financial support of that university."
That makes two big-time athletic universities who have come under fire in the past week. Â Karen F. Owen, the brains behind the Duke University PowerPoint Sex Thesis, has also made waves after making a PowerPoint presentation chronicling (and ranking) every sexual partner she had during her tenure at at Duke for her Honors Thesis.
The full Elizabeth Hawkenson video can be viewed at Pornhub.com.