The investigation by OFSL found that in the spring of 2018, according to the report, the fraternity had engaged in “significant hazing behaviors.”

Cornell Withdraws Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity’s Recognition After Hazing Investigation

The University has withdrawn its recognition of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity following an investigation that revealed the fraternity engaged in various hazing activities during the spring 2018 semester. Activities were both physical and non-physical, including a presentation on health and nutrition that featured “demeaning images of women,” according to the report.

According to data from the Cornell University Police Daily Crime Log, there were three reported incidents, in which a pair of Oakley sunglasses — valued at $100 dollars — and $20 in cash were taken from two separate vehicles parked in the apartment complex.

Hasbrouck Apartment Complex Hit by String of Thefts

University Police are currently investigating a string of thefts that occurred between the evening of June 25 and the early morning of June 26 at the Hasbrouck Apartments, located near North Campus at 121 Pleasant Grove Rd next to the Townhouse Apartments.

24 Cornellians visited Pakistan on the trip's second annual iteration.

Cornellians Experience ‘Cultural Exchange,’ Meet National Leaders on Second Annual Trip to Pakistan

In hopes of eradicating the stereotypes against their home country, two Cornell alumni from Pakistan started organizing trips to bring students to their home country starting last year. This past spring break, 24 Cornell students travelled to Pakistan, where they got to learn about the culture and meet notable figures such as the President and the Chief of the Military.

Stephen Moore, former advisor for Trump's 2016 election campaign, spoke at Cornell Wednesday about "Trumponomics" and various issues on Trump's agenda.

Stephen Moore, Trump Advisor and Federal Reserve Nominee, Talks ‘Trumponomics’

Stephen Moore, nominee for governor of the Federal Reserve board and former advisor for Trump’s 2016 election campaign, began his talk Wednesday by giving three pieces of advice to students: do what you love, question both experts and “scientific consensus” and read the Wall Street Journal editorial page no matter one’s political affiliation.