The Armed Bros Who Posed In Front of Emmett Till's Memorial Were Suspended from Their Frat at Ole Miss
The photo got hundreds of likes on Instagram.
Women are coming for the judge who let Baylor ex-frat president accused of sexual assault off with no jail time
Texas judge Ralph Strother accepted a plea of “no contest" from Jacob Anderson, a Baylor University student, in early December.
Now one woman is suing the frat after allegedly finding one of her videos on a private page called the "Dog Pound."
Five suspended Theta Tau brothers say the school is "branding them as racist" after their frat used slurs and mocked disabled people in offensive videos.
The fraternity was suspended the first time after an alleged sexual assault at a "New Year's in July" party.
Theta Tau has been permanently expelled from the New York university, and 18 students involved have been removed from classes.
Theta Tau members claimed their "oath" to hate black, Jewish, and Hispanic people was performed as "a satirical sketch."
The clips posted to a secret Facebook group were also described by Syracuse University as "anti-semitic," "homophobic," and "sexist," which is really an understatement.
"Tonight's the type of night that makes fathers afraid to send their daughters away to school."
A mother claims that administrators at William Paterson University caused her daughter, Cherelle Jovanna Locklear, to commit suicide when they failed to investigate her rape.
Judge Aaron Persky in June handed down a sentence of six months jail time to Brock Turner, an All-American swimmer and Stanford student convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.