Drexel Suspends Frat Amid Sexual Assault Investigation

Campus police are looking into two allegations concerning the Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) fraternity house.

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Drexel University has suspended a fraternity under investigation amid two sexual assault allegations.

The university has suspended the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house (known as TKE), located at 3421 Powelton Ave. Officials say the incidents are alleged to have occurred between April 28th and May 4th. 

“Drexel University Police and the Office of Equality and Diversity are working with University officials on a coordinated investigation,” the university said in a statement today. “Drexel does not tolerate sexual harassment or misconduct, in any form, and adheres to all federal, state and local requirements for intervention, crime reporting and privacy provisions related to sexual misconduct.”

Officials sent a public safety advisory to the university community on May 5th.

The fraternity is reportedly cooperating with campus police.

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