Sigma Alpha Epsilon Deaths Most Among Frats
Founded in 1856, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is one of the nation's largest national fraternities, with chapters on more than 240 campuses in the U.S. and Canada and about 14,000 undergraduate members. Since 2006, nine people, mostly students, have died in events related to SAE – more than any other fraternity. Overall, there have been more than 60 fraternity-related deaths in the U.S. since 2005.
Published Dec. 30, 2013
Note: SAE denied wrongdoing when sued. Executives at SAE's Evanston, Illinois-based headquarters said hazing and underage drinking violate fraternity policy.
Source: Lawsuits and college officials
GRAPHIC: DAVID GLOVIN AND JOHN HECHINGER / BLOOMBERG NEWS; ALEX TRIBOU / BLOOMBERG VISUAL DATA