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KU fraternity suspended by national organization in wake of animal cruelty allegations

Yea lets get those Frat boys!!! They are all bad! Stupid frat boys and their frat parties!!!

If you seriously take the time out of your day to call the DA's office you need to get a life. Nothing you do is going to change their minds or actions about any of this situation.

December 18, 2012 at 2:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU fraternity suspended by national organization in wake of animal cruelty allegations

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You are a GDI and always will be a GDI. You will never experience living in a fraternity so you should take your business elsewhere. I agree that the few individuals involved should be punished, maybe put on social probation and given a legal charge or two, but don't put this on the whole organization. You remember when that kid jumped off FIJI's roof and paralyzed himself? Oh wait you're a GDI so you probably don't remember that. Anyway FIJI is still around. There were really no other individuals to blame in that situation, so they blamed the whole house and kicked most of their members out. It ruined their house and their reputation for a while. A kid jumped off the roof and can never walk again, but their house is still around. So you're telling me that a house should be shut down because a turkey got kicked around a couple times? Get a life. You're probably still mad they wouldn't give you a bid.

December 18, 2012 at 2:23 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU fraternity suspended by national organization in wake of animal cruelty allegations

I don't know why you are bringing hazing into this discussion but compared to other houses on campus (who have admittedly gotten in varying degrees of trouble this year) Beta's "hazing" is nothing. I know the freshman like to exaggerate so there has been a lot of talk about how hard Beta is on their pledges. Take a quick look behind the doors of Phi Psi, Sigma Chi, or Sig Ep and you would probably praise the Beta upperclassmen for not actually hazing their pledges. Believe me, it's a lot worse everywhere else, and I've been through it myself. I'm not opposed to hazing, so I won't go into whether it is right or wrong, but if you have the opinion that it's wrong, you need to be criticizing the houses who actually still haze.

December 18, 2012 at 2:15 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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