According to The Harvard Crimson, the 2012 men’s soccer team wrote a "scouting report" of the freshman class, in which the author and his teammates individually rated each of the freshmen recruits based on their “perceived attractiveness and sexual appeal.”

“The author of the report individually evaluated each female recruit, assigning them numerical scores and writing paragraph-long assessments of the women. The document also included photographs of each woman, most of which, the author wrote, were culled from Facebook or the internet," The Crimson reported. 

The scathing report goes on to explain that the scouting document was a yearly tradition. It is unclear if subsequent squads continued to write similar reports. 

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