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Dartmouth SAE, made famous for hazing after a shitstain former member revealed what the chapter was doing behind closed doors (Rolling Stone did a story on him, for those unfamiliar with noted scumbag Andrew Lohse), has been given the boot by both SAE nationals and Dartmouth.
From The Dartmouth:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has been suspended by its national organization for a minimum of five years for violations of health and safety regulations as well as a failure to comply with the national organization’s standards, according to a statement released by SAE national executive director of communications Brandon Weghorst. Members of the chapter at the College have also been suspended indefinitely from SAE national.
College spokesperson Diana Lawrence wrote in a statement to The Dartmouth that the suspension of SAE’s charter by its national organization derecognizes SAE as a student organization as of March 15, 2016, the end of winter term. As Dartmouth policy prohibits students from living in the building of an unrecognized student organization, SAE can no longer serve as a residential space beginning in Spring 2016.
It’s pretty obvious that the official reasoning behind the chapter’s suspension is utter malarkey. All that happened is that SAE got sick and tired of having a bunch of dudes out there hazing balls while wearing their letters. Pussies.
What the Dartmouth SAEs did wasn’t even that bad, though! I guess it’s against the rules to plan some aquatic activities for your pledges? Sure, the pool you have the pledges swimming in might, might, be filled with a combination of vomit, poop, pee, jizz, dip spit, and God knows what else, but those youngins wanted to do it. Go ahead, ask them.
Furthermore, apparently an easy way to get your nationals to give you the boot, if you want to follow Dartmouth SAE’s example, is to try and increase your pledges’ bone density by having them drink milk. That seriously got these guys in trouble. While I concede that they probably could’ve found a better chaser for the milk than vinegar, I just know that their hearts were in the right place. And what’s wrong with trying to give your pledges some protein in the form of an omelette??? Don’t pay attention to the fact that the omelette was filled with vomit (they called them vomlets), that wasn’t the focus here. All the SAEs wanted was for their pledges to experience explosive gains.
The world just got a little less hazey..
[via The Dartmouth]
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