The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at University of Connecticut is no more, legally anyway. The school barred the organization’s registration and recognition after opening an investigation into their hazing practices and suspending the ladies back in March.
It’s been a big week for the University of Connecticut, winning both the men’s and women’s national NCAA basketball championships on Monday and Tuesday. Go Huskies! But back on campus, the Delta Zeta sorority has taken their partying, and maybe hazing in general, a bit too far.
At least one frat has gotten the message that making pledges chug alcohol isn't cool, but their alternate hazing ritual had equally disastrous results. 19-year-old University of Virginia student John Paul Boldrick ended up in the intensive care unit earlier this month after downing an entire bottle of soy sauce while…