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Boren: Sigma Alpha Epsilon members must find new housing without university help

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Members of OU’s newly disbanded Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity must find new housing without the university’s help after members were booted from their house in the wake of a controversy surrounding a leaked video of members reciting a racist chant.

“We don’t provide university services to bigots,” OU President David Boren said at an 11 a.m. press conference.

Boren also announced a zero-tolerance policy at the press conference.

Boren said the university was investigating students involved in the video and had not decided on a punishment for those involved.

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