SAE self-reporting tool formally deactivated following administrative response

The self-reporting form for survivors of sexual violence created by Sigma Alpha Epsilon was formally deactivated following a meeting with Campus Life Thursday. The Google form was designed so that those who were sexually harassed or assaulted by a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) could report their experience to a judicial board of SAE members for investigation.

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WU launches investigation, SAE suspends members after Kappa Karaoke dance

Washington University is conducting formal investigation, led by the University’s Title IX office in conjunction with Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Kappa Gamma, into SAE’s performance at Kappa Karaoke March 25.

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SAE Kappa Karaoke dance appears to mimic sexual assault, prompts apology

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s performance at Kappa Kappa Gamma’s philanthropy week-ending Kappa Karaoke—an annual event in which Greek organizations perform choreographed dances before a panel of judges—appeared to mimic sexual assault to some audience members, prompting swift apologies from both SAE and KKG.

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SAE hosts memorial 5K fundraiser to honor deceased brother

Washington University community members gathered for a memorial 5K run on Saturday in honor of student and Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother Jacques de Villiers, who died July 3 after a battle with cancer.

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SAE sets fundraising goal in honor of brother who died of cancer

Following the July 3 death of rising senior Jacques de Villiers after years of battling cancer, his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, started a GoFundMe fundraising campaign to raise $100,000 by the end of the academic year.

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SAE, Greek life must address systemic race issues

Wash. U.’s chapter has a responsibility to both acknowledge and help change a culture shaped by its organization’s persistent incidents of racism, even if it’s on a chapter-specific level.

Brookings Residential College and Sigma Alpha Epsilon win Green Cup divisions

Brookings Residential College and Sigma Alpha Epsilon took home the wins in this year’s Green Cup, which saw nearly double the amount of energy reduction compared to last year’s event.

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SAE voices support for nationwide ban on pledge activities

While the campus chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon can no longer hold pledging events following a nationwide ban on the practice from the fraternity’s headquarters, members are taking the change in stride.

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Expecting more from the Mosaic Project

Almost six months ago to the day, an incident occurred in Bear’s Den that revealed deep-seated tensions on campus regarding how our community handles issues of diversity.

SAE regains full fraternity status

Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Beta chapter has been fully reinstated to fraternity status by Washington University and its national headquarters. The chapter was suspended Feb. 27 after a number of students were offended by a pledge activity involving a recitation of “B—— Ain’t S—” that included the N-word.

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