LSU places administrators on leave in wake of latest hazing scandal

Chris Miller
February 16, 2019 - 6:20 pm

Three LSU administrators associated with Greek life on the Baton Rouge campus have been places on leave, according to a report in The New Orleans Advocate.

The Advocate identifies them as Greek Life Director Angela Guillory, Dean of Students Mari Fuentes-Martin and Assistant Greek Life Director Donald Abels. 

The university is reportedly investigating whether the three had knowledge of alleged hazing at Delta Kappa Epsilon and failed to act on it.

Earlier this week, several students who were members of DKE were arrested and charged with hazing and other crimes. The arrest report detailed accusations that pledges were force to lie down on broken glass, had Creole seasoning-laced water poured in their eyes, and were even urinated upon.

Click here to read more in The New Orleans Advocate.

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