Definition of frat
: fraternity 1c
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In reality, this nation, too, has its share of violent hate groups, street gangs, and misbehaving frats—but that is a source of national shame rather than inspiration.
The frat sued in 2015, alleging reputational harm and seeking $25 million in damages.
Penn State President Eric Barron wrote an open letter to the Greek community citing several rule violations coming from Penn State frats.
A 2007 study by John D. Foubert, a professor of higher education at Oklahoma State University, found that members of frats have three times the likelihood of committing rape as nonmembers.
Two weeks ago, Jeremy Boyle, a member of Sigma Pi frat, was attacked by Tucker Steill, James Basile, Christian Guy, Kyle Hughes, and Austin Rice, who, according to the police report, were members of the Pi Kappa Alpha frat.
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