Wednesday, December 14, 2011

SigEp Director: 'I was shocked' by Vermont chapter's rape survey

It makes you wonder: Which of our Cardinal Principles were the guys who thought this up espousing? Be sure to follow the link to the full article.

The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at the University of Vermont is seen Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011 in Burlington, Vt. The fraternity was suspended over a survey that asked members who they would like to rape. The national Sigma Phi Epsilon organization says in a statement that is has instructed the chapter to cease all operation, pending further investigation. It says that any behavior that demeans women is not tolerated. / AP Photo/Toby Talbot
National SigEp director: 'I was shocked' by Vermont chapter's rape survey | Burlington Free Press |
"The executive director of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity says he was shocked when he learned that members of the University of Vermont chapter had surveyed its members about who they would like to rape.

“I was shocked — praying the allegations were not true,” Brian Warren of Sig Ep’s national office in Richmond, Va., told the Burlington Free Press on Wednesday afternoon. He said the conduct is atypical of the 117 Sig Ep fraternities across the nation.

“We will not tolerate this behavior,” said Warren, who has led the national organization since 2009. “This is not a theme throughout the country. This is very unique in my two years.”"

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