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Off the beat: Washington University suspended SAE fraternity for racist stunt in 2013

Two years before the University of Oklahoma shut down its Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter over a video of fraternity members singing a racist chant, Washington University in St. Louis had to take similar action.

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at Washington University was suspended in 2013 for an incident involving pledges who allegedly sang racial slurs to African-American students. The incident was allegedly part of an SAE rush event.

More on the SAE fraternity controversy here.

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