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hmmmmm......fraternities can discriminate by way of their "vote" to allow a pledge or not. Didn't Harvard start the system of "blackballing" when they gave the voting body a white ball and black ball to put in the 'ballot box', thus making the nay-sayer anonymous. So one or more of the voting body could block a candidate for any reason from jealousy to fear to hatred of skin color or religion or orientation, while I am glad the frat is being disciplined, what could this do to the idea, or tradition, of voting to allow a pledge or not. Wouldn't any "no" vote be generated from a discrimination or some kind.......?