It's not just Oklahoma.
bluepoint951 via flickr Sigma Alpha Epsilon was suspended from Washington University in St. Louis two years ago.
Two years before the University of Oklahoma shut down its Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter over a video of fraternity members singing a racist chant, Washington University did basically the same thing.
The fraternity was suspended from Wash. U. after members participated in a pledge activity that involved photographing black students and reciting a rap with racial slurs. The chapter was reinstated after the fraternity was disciplined, leadership was removed and the chapter participated in a series of educational programming.
And it started, as all university scandals
do should, with a photo scavenger hunt.