College fraternity suspended over sexually vulgar text messages. Seriously.

College fraternity suspended over sexually vulgar text messages. Seriously.

Why, oh why must the media fixate on stories where I wind up having to be the bad guy? With another week gone by we have yet another report involving a college fraternity, this time on the campus of Washburn University in Kansas. This one doesn’t involve any sort of gang rape story showing up in Rolling Stone or professors sleeping with their graduate students. The boys at Phi Delta Theta are in hot water after a series of vulgar text messages somehow wound up in the local news. Yep… you read that correctly. Text messages exchanged between members of the frat.

A Washburn University fraternity has been suspended by its national leadership after sexually vulgar text messages between its members were discovered.

The Phi Delta Theta International said early Thursday it suspended the Washburn chapter as it investigates the messages. Jake Gregg, the president of Washburn’s Phi Delta Theta chapter, is apologizing.

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