Fallout From Racist OU Fraternity Video Continues

Oklahoma University on Tuesday expelled two students accused of playing a “leadership role” in a fraternity’s racist video that has caused a whirlwind of controversy since it surfaced on Sunday. But they are not the only ones suffering the consequences.

The African-American chef at Sigma Alpha Epsilon house is out of a job he’s held for 14 years, a sorority linked to the video is under fire and OU recruiters now have a lot of explaining to do to keep the university on the short list for young athletes and scholars.

While only two members were suspended, all SAE members had until Tuesday night to clear out of the fraternity house.

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