Behind Dartmouth’s fraternity hazing charges
Perhaps you have read of hazing charges at a Dartmouth fraternity.
Here, from the student newspaper, www.thedartmouth.com, is the case
The Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office has charged 27 members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity with hazing violations during the fall 2011 pledge term, charges that could lead to the students’ suspension or permanent separation from the College if they are found responsible, according to SAE president Brendan Mahoney ’12.
Mahoney said that administrators told him that former SAE member Andrew Lohse ’12 had submitted statements to the College accusing the fraternity of hazing.
You’ve got to love the concluding sentence in the referenced article:
Lohse declined to comment for this article, citing an exclusive arrangement with Rolling Stone magazine.
We assume Lohse dropped a dime on his former frat brothers, looking forward now to a job in magazine publishing at Rolling Stone.
Wanna bet this Lohse guy surfaces in something a year or two out? Not the kind of guy I would hire or associate with.