The frat barred from Yale for 5 years is back — and women are saying they warn one another to stay away
|01/25/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Yale’s Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity was barred for five years after a profane video of brothers chanting about women, rape, and consent emerged online.
- The suspension ended in 2016, but today some women at Yale say they feel unsafe at DKE.
- The fraternity was created in 1844 and its notable legacies include both President Bushes.
A Yale fraternity that was barred from campus as recently as 2016 for past vulgar chants about women, rape, and consent faces allegations of sexual misconduct.
Two women on Yale’s campus told Business Insider they were the victims of sexual assaults by brothers in Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE, pronounced read more >>>