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Penn State suspends fraternity for 3 years over “deeply troubling activities”

By WITW Staff on May 27, 2015

The Penn State chapter of the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity is being shut down for three years, school officials said Tuesday, over “a persistent series of deeply troubling activities.” In March, members of the fraternity were accused of sharing nude photos of women who appeared to be passed out on a private Facebook page. An investigation reportedly turned up evidence that the fraternity members were harassing two women with embarrassing photos. The fraternity was also implicated in a number of other violations including hazing, sexual harassment, underage drinking, and drug use. “The sum of the organizational misbehavior is far more than the university can tolerate from a student organization that seeks its imprimatur,” vice president of student affairs David Sims said in a statement.

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