Georgia Tech has placed restrictions on a fraternity with a history of disciplinary penalties, over what the university says was discriminatory behavior.
In early August, a black student at the university said three members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity yelled racial slurs at her from windows of the fraternity house.
An investigation led to Phi Delta Theta’s sanction, termed “suspension held in abeyance,” which lasts through August 9, 2016, according to a release posted to the university’s website Wednesday afternoon. …
Under the restrictions, the chapter may continue “recruiting new members, holding meetings to conduct chapter business and service activities,” but may not participate in Greek Week or homecoming, nor host, co-host or participate in social events on campus, with or without alcohol.
Chapter members will be required to complete specified training to get the restrictions lifted.
“Training” means P.C. brainwashing, most likely intended to be as degrading as possible.
All that for yelling “racial slurs” — and it is unlikely that anyone yelled any slurs.
The fraternity says the windows in the house where the black student claimed the racial slurs were made were locked or inaccessible, video surveillance does not show the student in front of the house, and that the dean conducting the investigation predetermined the fraternity’s guilt before the investigation began.
Actually it was the race of the accuser that predetermined the fraternity’s guilt.
Even if the anonymous supposed victim of “racial slurs” hasn’t quite succeeded in getting the entire fraternity shut down on a probable whim, at least she has a spot on the Hate Hoax List.
On a tip from Steve A.