Tue. Feb 25th, 2020

The University of Central Florida released its findings after an investigation into one of its sororities.A report determined the Alpha Delta Pi chapter violated multiple campus rules and is now suspended.According to the report, the violations included: “Engaging in obscene or indecent conduct; behavior under the influence of alcohol; and selling course material to another person.”It all started earlier this year when a member of the sorority blew the whistle, saying her sorority chat group featured a girl with no pants on and with her “genitalia (covered) with a cake emoji.”The sorority member saved screen shots of girls “selling” their real IDs to girls looking to buy them as fakes, and sorority members willing to pay money for homework.The girl said she alerted officials at UCF about what was going on, but said the sorority’s executive board and advisors did nothing.The suspension will last the entire fall semester.The sorority will not be allowed to host or participate in parties or events on or off campus.The sorority’s national chapter responded by saying, in part, “We’re grateful that UCF joins us in prioritizing our members’ wellness above all, and taking facts as seriously as they do allegations … we will use (the) fall semester as an opportunity to focus on values, sisterhood, and accountability.”The suspension does allow for the sorority to have meetings, conduct routine business and be a part of certain organizational activities that must be pre-approved.

ORLANDO, Fla. —

The University of Central Florida released its findings after an investigation into one of its sororities.

A report determined the Alpha Delta Pi chapter violated multiple campus rules and is now suspended.

According to the report, the violations included: “Engaging in obscene or indecent conduct; behavior under the influence of alcohol; and selling course material to another person.”

It all started earlier this year when a member of the sorority blew the whistle, saying her sorority chat group featured a girl with no pants on and with her “genitalia (covered) with a cake emoji.”

The sorority member saved screen shots of girls “selling” their real IDs to girls looking to buy them as fakes, and sorority members willing to pay money for homework.

The girl said she alerted officials at UCF about what was going on, but said the sorority’s executive board and advisors did nothing.

The suspension will last the entire fall semester.

The sorority will not be allowed to host or participate in parties or events on or off campus.

The sorority’s national chapter responded by saying, in part, “We’re grateful that UCF joins us in prioritizing our members’ wellness above all, and taking facts as seriously as they do allegations … we will use (the) fall semester as an opportunity to focus on values, sisterhood, and accountability.”

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