Stop drugging girls at your parties.
Finally getting kicked off for sexual assault. Didn't see that coming
I have yet to come across a brother from this chapter that has any respect for anyone who isn't in their chapter. The number of times I've personally had problems with them and heard and seen it with others is insane. The have some cuties, but it seems like the attractiveness is only skin deep, unfortunately.
WAY too much hazing. Douche bags. Terrible music at parties. Yall need to chill. No one really likes these guys
Idk they're alright. They're popular, they throw good parties. (do they do anything other than party tho??) But save for a few brothers they're kinda stuck up and full of themselves.
Just all around great chapter
Dislike very much
take advantage of the title the fraternity provides
Best Fraternity on campus BY FAR.
NORMAN, Okla. — As the University of Oklahoma expelled two students Tuesday for leading a racist song that sparked outrage across the country, the fraternity involved said it would investigate incidents at other campuses as it faced questions over the chant’s use by members at other universities.
Former members of the fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, claimed on social media that the same chant was used at colleges in other states, and University of Oklahoma officials investigating the episode said they did not believe the song had originated on their campus.
“I’m not sure that it’s strictly local,” said the university’s president, David L. Boren, a former Oklahoma governor and United States senator. Mr. Boren expelled the two students Tuesday but did not identify them, saying they had played a leading a role in the singing of the chant and “created a hostile learning environment for others.”Over the years, there have been a number of recorded instances of SAE chapters engaging in racist practices (listed below), raising the question of whether the national office has let such behavior continue unchecked.
One former SAE member, who asked for anonymity out of concerns for his safety, told HuffPost he had heard brothers use the same racist song as the OU students when he was a pledge in a Texas chapter a decade ago. At least two Reddit users have made similar claims online, and an Oklahoma student who attended an SAE event two years ago told NBC News she had heard the chant as well.
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