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Be Careful SAE, You May Have a Mole

First off, this e-mail went out from SAE President Michael Fancher ‘13 (click on the image to see it in full size):


I wonder to what Fancher was referring when he wrote: “If you ever feel uncomfortable at any point this term, please feel free to contact me. I will not tell the brotherhood about any issues or complaints you have.”

Then, this post appeared on Bored@Baker, a website where students comment anonymously on any and everything:

B@B Hazing1.jpg

And then, this response was issued by Fancher:


Sure looks like Fancher and SAE were planning something exciting for their new pledges (a change of clothes?) that he wanted to keep within the SAE brotherhood. Again, I wonder what.

SAE seems to have its own Yesuto Shaw ‘15, but without the courage to publicly denounce the practices in his fraternity, like Shaw did. However, even if SAE is caught inflicting physical and emotional abuse on its pledges, the penalties it will face will be fairly mild — unless Charlotte Johnson decides that the brothers of SAE merit far harsher treatment than Alpha Phi Alpha’ members received for the same offence. I wonder why she would do that.


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