Fraternity suspended over these (patriotic?) photos2/22/2013
"Inappropriate," "offensive," "a violation of fraternity standards" are just a few phrases being thrown around by the national Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, which suspended its University of Michigan chapter earlier this week after images of its scantily clad members went viral, as such photos tend to do. The photos were part of an invitation to an "America" themed party – hence the American flag being the featured piece of clothing. While the gentlemen of the fraternity maintain that they didn't want all this attention, the photos make it pretty clear that they kind of wanted everyone's attention. We’ll concede that the images are inappropriate, but we’ll also concede that somebody here doesn’t seem to have a sense of humor (And we don’t mean the University of Michigan boys, humor clearly isn't your guys' problem). [Source]
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