Like something out of a bad CW television show, an E-mail circulating around Drexel University sororities accuses the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity of posting scandalous pictures and offensive content on its internal website, the Triangle reports. The E-mail reads: "Under headings such as 'jawn spotting' and 'smuts,' brothers can access your pictures, Facebook profile links, a list of brothers who have been with you, nicknames, comments about you and even a place where the men can rank you...Not only is it voyeurism, and pornography, it is also morally wrong." The letter also claims the site issued "derogatory 'falsehoods' against the women" and listed whether they had any sexually transmitted diseases.
As a result, fraternity alumni have suspended the Drexel chapter and will "reorganize" the group in the fall. The chapter denies many of the most severe allegations, but an alumni official says plans for a shake-up were underway even before the letter came to light. The alumni had worried whether the chapter had "the 'right' group of men" since March. —Alison Go