The offenses are numerous and well documented: A Yale fraternity chants, "No means yes, yes means anal," on campus. Partygoers at an Arizona fraternity dress as racial stereotypes to mark
A video posted online Sunday that shows University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity brothers chanting a racist tune is only the latest instance of a Greek institution caught in a national scandal over rowdy, racist, sexist or illegal conduct.
Here are some of the recent cases that have made national headlines:
-- Three fraternities at
-- A northern Michigan ski resort has accused
-- A Wesleyan University student filed a federal lawsuit against the Psi Upsilon fraternity and its Wesleyan chapter in May, alleging she was thrown over a couch in a common room and raped while others watched after she tried to leave a party in 2013. The student contends that the fraternity's negligence allowed her to be assaulted.
-- Another ASU fraternity had its status revoked in 2013 after a 20-year-old student with a blood alcohol level five times the legal limit was dumped at an emergency room. His Sigma Alpha Epsilon brothers left only a Post-it note with his name scribbled on it to identify him. In 2012, another student, 19-year-old rushee Jack Culolias, drowned in a river after drinking at an event thrown by the fraternity.
-- Delta Kappa Epsilon, the Yale fraternity that counts both Presidents Bushes as alumni, was banned from recruiting members or holding any events on the campus for five years in 2011. The fraternity's offense: Pledges were required to chant sexually offensive remarks including, "No means yes, yes means anal," while gathered on the university's historic Old Campus quad. Here is a video of the incident from the Yale Daily News.