Students formerly affiliated with SAE hosted the White Party in Collegetown Saturday night. Although it has been more than a year since SAE was kicked off campus, vestiges of the fraternity and its brotherhood maintain a visible presence on campus.
Cornell will revoke its recognition of Tau Kappa Epsilon for at least three years following reports of an alcohol-related hospitalization of a freshman. The University rejected the fraternity’s appeal of the decision.
Cornell will revoke its recognition of Tau Kappa Epsilon following reports of an alcohol-related hospitalization of a freshman unless the fraternity succeeds in its appeal of the decision, according to multiple sources.
Three former SAE pledges pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges of first-degree hazing and first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child Thursday, according to court documents. A fourth defendant's records are sealed due to the person’s age.
More than a month after the University revoked its recognition of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, 16 former SAE pledge members are joining the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity instead, according to students involved.