An 18-year-old member of the University of South Carolina’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was found dead Wednesday morning. The death is under investigation.
Police initially said any Kappa Delta Rho fraternity brother or alumnus responsible for posting photos of naked women on a secret Facebook page could face misdemeanor charges. But legal experts told BuzzFeed News that if victims come forward, the charges could be elevated to felonies.
In the wake of allegations of systemic racism, the national fraternity announced its four-point plan to eliminate racial intolerance and a review of all 237 chapters and colonies.
A former Sigma Alpha Epsilon member at George Mason University told BuzzFeed News that in 2011 the brothers denied acceptance to at least nine minority students – taking in one who “sounded like he knew English.” And another pledge said a “secret” whites-only sect existed at the California State University, Northridge in the 1980s.
The University of Maryland’s president has called the letter, from a Kappa Sigma Fraternity member, “reprehensible to our campus community.”
The local Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at University of Oklahoma has hired Stephen Jones, the high-profile attorney who represented American Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, to sue the school.
The woman denied in an interview that she was aware of racism in the fraternity. Monday night a Vine of her singing the N-word repeatedly surfaced.
In a news conference Monday, the university’s president, David Boren, said that his legal staff was exploring all options to take action against individual students involved in the video. He earlier issued a statement severing university ties with the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity after its members were caught allegedly chanting racial slurs on video.
The university’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter was shut down Sunday after a video spread on social media allegedly showing fraternity members chanting racist slurs. Update: The university’s president announced all ties between OU and the SAE chapter were severed.
The reinstatement comes after a police investigation found no substantive evidence of the allegations in the story.
The 18-year-old was found without a pulse late Wednesday night.
The graffiti was discovered at the Alpha Epsilon Pi chapter house at Emory University in Atlanta Sunday morning. The vandalism comes just after the Yom Kippur holiday ended.
Sophomore Caitlyn Kovacs was taken to a hospital around 3 a.m. Sunday after she “became distressed,” officials said. An investigation into how she died is ongoing.
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