Ohio University suspends all frats, citing hazing allegations against 7 chapters

CINCINNATI – Ohio University suspended all fraternities Thursday, citing a “growing concern elevated by allegations of hazing” against seven chapters made this week.

The decision comes about 11 months after Collin Wiant was found dead in the annex of Sigma Pi house, the fraternity he was pledging, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Wiant’s parents filed a wrongful death suit earlier this year, accusing fraternity members of deadly hazing.

In a letter to all Interfraternity Council presidents to announce the suspensions, Dean of Students Jenny Hall-Jones wrote that the “troubling allegations” of hazing made this week “indicate a potentially escalating systemic culture within our (Interfraternity Council), and Ohio University will not put at risk the health and safety of our students.”

Ohio University’s Interfraternity Council is the governing body for 15 member fraternities and nearly 1,000 affiliated members, according to the school’s website.


Penny Claps Back, Putting Black Women And Simps Back In Their Place – Part 13

Penny Claps Back, Putting Black Women And Simps Back In Their Place – Part 13

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock

Penny’s back once again. She hasn’t clapped back for a while but she can still lay down that heat. Always grateful to Vurbyl Khent for creating these masterful memes, enjoy:

The Deprogramming And Decontamination Process Continues

Penny Still Clapping Back As Hard As Ever

Most High Bless

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