One of two students involved in a hazing incident at Towson University was found guilty, but won’t go to jail.
A 21-year-old former fraternity member at Towson University accused of hazing a student to the point of hospitalization has avoided going to trial.
A frat party held at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house near Johns Hopkins in November 2014 has had a lasting impact on a teenage girl in attendance, as well as the frat and the university itself.
Earlier this month, the University of Oklahoma expelled the SAE fraternity after video surfaced of frat members (and a house mother!) enthusiastically singing a racist chant. Now the latest fraternity to come under scrutiny is the University of Maryland’s Kappa Sigma chapter, where a fraternity brother reportedly sent a ridiculously racist, sexist, and profane email.
It’s amazing to see what college students can do when they put their mind to it. No, I don’t mean lab research or term papers; I mean the amazing frame-for-frame recreation one Hopkins frat made of the Wolf of Wall Street trailer. It was the most popular story on Business Insider yesterday — probably because it’s really, really good.
Brian Stewart, a student at Morgan State University, dreamed of becoming a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, the same frat his mentor had joined. But the day after his interview, he was rejected for reasons he didn’t understand. And then someone sent him copies of Facebook messages that KAP members had exchanged about him, which featured some colorful language describing his sexual orientation.