The university's investigation confirmed members of the fraternity were aware of the Facebook accounts, and uncovered more bad behavior that included public harassment of members and non-members. This story has been updated to include comment from KDR's national office. The council said in a May 13 document that brothers "were aware of the expectation that the new members publish, on a regular basis, a document titled 'Stall Stories' where active members and, in some instances, unaffiliated students were harassed and degraded in flyers left in public view throughout the chapter house. As we outlined previously, we have initiated disciplinary proceedings against members accused of any wrongdoing, and have established educational programs and other measures, such as a hazing hotline, to address and prevent future misconduct. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. The frat initially came under scrutiny after a brother tipped police in January to two private Facebook pageswhere members for more than a year discussed drug sales and sexual conquests, shared photos of strippers and passed-out naked women, and chatted about hazing.
The council had recommended allowing the frat to remain on campus with educational programs and new local advisory board members.
Penn State Frat Suspended For Posting Photos Of Unconscious, Nude Women & We Think They’re Gross
Penn State has suspended the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity whose members are being investigated by State College police for allegedly using two secret Facebook pages to post photos of nude females, some of whom appeared to be sleeping or passed out, as well as posts relating to hazing or drug deals. State College Police Lt. The university announced its decision after the KDR national office erroneously said its Penn State chapter would not be removed from campus on the Intrafraternity Council's recommendation. School administrators overruled the student-led Interfraternity Council and imposed the suspension after finding evidence fraternity brothers used drugs, tolerated hazing of new members, posted humiliating photos of members and non-members, shared pornographic pictures of women, and used "demeaning language to describe females. Go to mobile site. We must respond accordingly, and we hope by doing so it is clearly understood that our University will not tolerate such actions. The university's investigation confirmed members of the fraternity were aware of the Facebook accounts, and uncovered more bad behavior that included public harassment of members and non-members.