Fraternity Students Suspended From Syracuse University

Havyn Cervantes, Staff Writer

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Last week in Syracuse , New York, 18 fraternity members were suspended after releasing 2 offensive videos showing students taking part of skits using racial slurs and showed mock assault on a handicapped person.

The SU safety official states that there will be alternative classes and study arrangements made for these students as the judicial process moves forward.

The first video shows extreme and egregious racism, sexism, ableism, anti-Semitism and homophobia while the second recording showed frat members pretending to sexually assault a disabled person.

I think it’s was right for the university to kick these students out due to them not respecting other students attending the university. It is never right to say or use racial slurs nor mocking and assaulting a handicapped student.