Every Time a Fraternity or Sorority Got in Trouble This Year
by Akane Otani and Jeremy Scott Diamond | June 4, 2015

Last week, Pennsylvania State University ordered its chapter of Kappa Delta Rho fraternity to shut down after a two-month suspension for allegedly posting photos of nude women, some of whom appeared to be unconscious, on a private Facebook page.

Reports like these have become depressingly familiar. In just the spring semester of 2015, 133 fraternity and sorority chapters at 55 U.S. colleges were shut down, suspended, or otherwise punished after alleged offenses including excessive partying, hazing, racism, and sexual assault, according to reports compiled by Bloomberg.

A Timeline of Allegations

Here is a breakdown of all allegations against fraternities and sororities from January - May 2015.