“Horrible cancer” entered OU SAE frat years ago, chapter board says – CBS News
There are more questions about whether University of Oklahoma fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s racist chant began on campus. The chapter’s advisory board released a statement saying the stigma dates back at least three to four years. At a town hall Wednesday, students, staff and area residents came together to talk about diversity. Jericka Duncan reports from Norman, Oklahoma.
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