USC’s Kappa Sigma Under Investigation for E-mail Calling Women “Targets”

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By Margret Hartmann > Jezebel Blogger, Photo by Josh Berglund
The University of Southern California initiated investigations of its Kappa Sigma chapter last week after an e-mail sent to the fraternity’s members leaked to the public. Among other sexist comments, the author said women should be referred to as “targets” because “they aren’t actual people like us men.” Check out Jezebel for the entire e-mail and Hartmann’s take on sexism in college fraternities.



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