SAE in judicial board

by Rob Strauss
Editorial Assistant

Members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity met with the Greek Judicial Board Wednesday Nov. 12 as part of the investigation into claims made by former member Dale Schroeder in the Oct. 10 issue of the Campus Times.

“It’s a normal step,” said Melissa Jaunal, coordinator of student programs. “The allegations made against the fraternity I have been continuously investigating.”

“They gave direct answers for very specific questions,” said Ruby Montaño-Cordova, associate dean of student affairs. “The men were respectful of the process.”

Jaunal refused to expand on the issues brought up in the meeting but did say that there have been a number of interviews with members since the allegations. She also refused to comment on whether the members did anything wrong.

“Right now I’d say the investigation is pretty much closed — the investigation has gone as far as it can go,” said Jaunal.

SAE vice-president Brian Richenberger said, “Yes, we went to Greek Review Board and its resolved.”

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