As an OU
student, (well, at the health science center) I can tell you what's been going on. A pledge at the Sigma Chi fraternity was found dead, I think on a Thursday morning, at first with unknown causes, but suspicion of alcohol poison. The determined it WAS alcohol related, and there was an immediate lock down of the Sigma Chi's. What's interesting, is that the body was moved from where he died. Secondly, many of the fraternity members were not cooperating with the police. Most of them now have lawyers and have moved off campus into apartments. Then Sigma Chi national came and took away their charter after David Boren, president of OU
shut them down. Most likely, David Boren made his decision to ban alcohol because of this incident. It looks badly from a PR
standpoint, and OU
is all about PR
for their money. Pretty sad that a bunch of idiots screw it up for everyone.
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