Butt-Chugging Tennessee Fraternity Brings Major Greek Life Reform at School
Unfortunately for the members of Tennessee's Greek system, the buttchug's consequences didn't stop with the Internet losing its collective shit over Attorney Foghorn Leghorn up there. The Interfraternity Council announced last week that the school will crack down this year with a series of reforms directed at Volunteer fraternities—brothers will now be required to uphold a 2.75 GPA, extra security has been hired to patrol their parties, and, by 2014, a director will live in each house.
From the University Herald:
Some of the changes were nearly mandated by a UT greek life task force and others were changes made by the fraternity itself. The changes come after the hospitalization of a 20-year-old Phi Sigma brother last fall.
“It's the actions of a few individuals that ultimately not only reflected negatively on the (Pi Kappa Alpha) fraternity, but also the greek system and the university as a whole,” said Kelly Williams, chapter adviser for Sigma Phi Epsilon.
The worst of it all? The Pike's get their resident first, and he's reportedly a married dude who doesn't drink. BRAH.