UConn’s Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority Banned Until 2017 for “Bacon Hazing”, SAE Under Investigation

Last month, UConn’s Delta Zeta chapter was suspended for “forcing” a group of frat bros to eat dog treats and wear thongs

Sophomore Hillary Holt claims that she and other women were hazed during an event at Uconn’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house. According to the associate director of student affairs, the sorority “engaged in hazing behaviors including but not limited to forced consumption of alcohol, acting like animals, and sizzling like bacon, which included lying on the floor and wiggling,” NBC News reports.

Holt says that the girls were made to jump up and down, and grab their ankles, while chugging booze. She also claims that she was pressured into playing beer pong, before blacking out — and waking up at the hospital.

Kappa Kappa Gamma has been banned from campus until 2017, and SAE has ordered the UConn chapter to cease all operations, while it conducts its own investigation.

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‘You have seven to nine people yelling at you, girls and guys, and if you don’t do what they tell you to, the consequences could get worse,’

Sorry Hillary, that’s not how it works at all. In fact, if you said no then you just have to leave the party. However, you chose to continue drinking, jumping, and sizzling like bacon. Act like an adult.

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