Syracuse fraternity permanently expelled over racist video

Syracuse fraternity permanently expelled over racist video

Syracuse fraternity permanently expelled over racist video

The students, whom the school will not identify because of federal privacy law, are banned from classes during the disciplinary process.

Over the weekend, the 18 men depicted in the video have been removed from academic participation.

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Chancellor Kent Syverud announced on Saturday that the Syracuse University chapter of Theta Tau had been permanently expelled from campus.

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The Daily Orange, the independent student newspaper on the Syracuse University campus, has obtained another controversial video of the fraternity Theta Tau. Elsewhere, other fraternity members pretend to sexually assault a person with disabilities during filming. The clip appears to stem from the same event as the earlier video, which showed men laughing uproariously at performances punctuated by pantomimed sex acts and racist language about blacks, Jews and Hispanics. That's why we were able to tell you that (Theta Tau) was expelled.

The fraternity also released a statement on its website, offering an apology for the "the racist video that was recorded as a part of our new member process". "They especially offend all Syracuse University holds dear about diversity and inclusion of people with disabilities", Syverud said regarding the second video.

"Yankee is totally unaware of this light rape that's occurring", the video continues.

Students involved could face possible suspension or expulsion.

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The new video is just as deplorable. "It's saying to them and to me that disabled lives and disabled people aren't worth seeing as people", Penner said.

"I am deeply concerned about how the continuing exposure to hateful videos is causing hurt and distress to members of our campus community", he said, while acknowledging that the NY school had known about the latest clip since the first one emerged and sparked outrage on Wednesday.

Maldonado, the public safety chief, said all 18 suspended students were present at the time of the recordings.

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