A sorority at a Pennsylvania University has been kicked off campus after a "reprehensible" scavenger hunt involving drugs and sex.
The sorority is Alpha Chi Omega’s Theta Chi chapter which has now been banned for two years from the campus from now through May 2020.
The scavenger hunt was hosted in December and required participants to complete a list of tasks that included "the use of drugs and alcohol, sexual activity and other activities" according to the Lehigh Greek Community blog.
An investigation was initiated by the disciplinary committee at the university after the sorority was banned. Alpha Chi Omega's Theta Chi chapter has the option to appeal the decision. The Lehigh University Committee on Discipline said in a statement,
"This incident was a significant, reprehensible event that the entire chapter was aware of and leadership endorsed. This event did not only take place this year, but there is credible information that this event has been going on for years."
The Alpha Chi Omega organization conducted their own investigation which handed out probation and other punishments on an individual basis.
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