Delta Delta Tau
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Delta Epsilon
Alpha Sigma Zeta
Racist statements against African Americans were made in the video
Sexist statements were made in the video
Anti Gay statements were made in the video
Anti-American statements were made in the video
Not allowing African Americans in the fraternity.
Not allowing African American males in the fraternity.
References to lynching African Americans.
References to lynching all minorities.
They expelled 2 students they identified as leading the chant.
They let the fraternity stay on campus and keep their fraternity house.
The university publicly denounced the actions of the fraternity.
They kicked the local SAE chapter off campus.
They believed that the University punishment was too harsh.
They were supportive of the actions by the local chapter.
They agreed that minorities are not welcome in their fraternity.
This type of activity will not be tolerated by their organization.
The chant was only used at the Oklahoma chapter in question.
That the chant was taught to the members by other members.
That there is evidence that the chant has been used at other SAE chapters.
B and C
The had an African American cook working in the fraternity house.
Someone in the fraternity shot and uploaded the video to the Internet because they did not like what they saw.
A and B
The have African American men in their fraternity.
African american rappers use the N word in their songs.
The kids were drunk.
The kids did not know the meaning of the words in the chant.
All of the above.
She was singing a fraternity song.
She was just repeating the words of a rap song.
She was under the influence of alcohol.
She did not know she was being caught on camera.
There was some initial rumblings when he first got their but that changed.
He had heard about this happening at other chapters.
There was no evidence of this type of racist activity while he was a member at the University.
The first amendment of the constitution
An Oklahoma state law
The university code of conduct
The speech was racist in nature.
That the speech would create a hostile learning environment.
That the song was sung by more than one person.
That the song was sung by a fraternity with national influence.
The U.S. Constitution
The State Constitution
The university code of conduct.
The Civil Rights Act.