Syracuse, N.Y. - More than a dozen Syracuse University students have been pulled from their classes as offensive videos from a fraternity continue to surface.
The SU Student newspaper has published a second video that depicts a mentally disabled person performing oral sex on three people. Eighteen students have been removed from academic participation and face punishments up to expulsion.
The Theta Tau fraternity was suspended last week after a recorded sketch with offensive language and behavior was released. In a video released Sunday, Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud announced that the SU Chapter of the Theta Tau Fraternity was being permanently booted from campus and that permanent expulsion of the fraternity's members is under review.