A University of Kansas investigation into reports of multiple sexual assaults during a gathering at the Kappa Sigma house on Sept. 26 and 27 found that the fraternity had violated KU’s Student Code of Rights and Responsibilities.
A University of Kansas investigation into reports of multiple sexual assaults during a gathering at the Kappa Sigma house on Sept. 26 and 27 found that the fraternity had violated KU’s Student Code of Rights and Responsibilities. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
A University of Kansas investigation into reports of multiple sexual assaults during a gathering at the Kappa Sigma house on Sept. 26 and 27 found that the fraternity had violated KU’s Student Code of Rights and Responsibilities. File photo by Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star

After reports of sexual assaults, KU places Kappa Sigma fraternity on two years of probation

December 17, 2014 05:14 PM

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