New Offensive Video From Syracuse Fraternity

New Offensive Video From Syracuse Fraternity

Kerry Wise
April 24, 2018

Now many at the university are outraged over a new video published by The Daily Orange.

They will be providing an update on the status of the "investigative, student judicial, and disciplinary processes".

A dozen and a half Theta Tau frat brothers were pulled from classes following the emergence of a second video, which showed members pretending to sexually assault a disabled person.


In the midst of the controversy that has rocked the Syracuse campus, Chancellor Kent Syverud called the latest Theta Tau video "appalling and disgusting" in a statement Sunday.

Students involved could face possible suspension or expulsion.

More videos have surfaced of Theta Tau's offensive skit, but the university will not be releasing them, pending the investigation.

38 individuals have been interviewed so far by University's department of public safety.

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DPS will begin recommending charges and making referrals to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities by the end of the weekend, Syverud added.

The fraternity apologized for the video Friday and says its members believe racism "has no place on a university campus".

The engineering fraternity was initially suspended on Wednesday and bias training was ordered for members of all Greek organizations.

While the Theta Tau fraternity has been expelled, punishments for the 18 students are still to be determined.

The chapter said that the first video "was a satirical sketch of an uneducated, racist, homophobic, misogynist, sexist, ableist and intolerant person" and claimed that "the new members seen in the video laughing at the terrible things being said were not laughing in concurrence with these beliefs, but in fact the opposite".

"So it's just about the number more than anything. but if he does choose to read, and I hope he does, if he does choose to read the unique and personal concerns, that would be helpful", McMonagle said of the emails to Syverud.