More than 100 protesters have rallied outside of a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee fraternity house where police are investigating whether members slipped “date rape” drugs into party drinks.
A local fraternity is catching some heat over a frat party at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where investigators say female students were allegedly given date rape drugs. Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) is being investigated by school officials, its national organization and campus police. The party happened on Sept. 12, and according to the Huffington Post, girls considered “hot” were allowed to purchase index cards giving them all access to the house.
After his last high school football game, Josh Brandon pulled his blue and white jersey over his head and gave it one last hard look. Wearing those colors had become a part of him, a part that he never wanted to lose.
Police say investigators don’t believe fraternity members are responsible for a sexual assault and robbery at the Delta Kappa Epsilon house on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.