The scandal erupted in early May after comments from a private Facebook group of fraternity members were posted online. They included conversations that used sexually explicit and degrading language to describe women students and faculty members.
The Statesman Journal newspaper reports the school announced Thursday that its investigation was finished and the chapter was found to have violated university conduct standards.
The chapter also lost its recruiting privileges indefinitely.
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