Dartmouth fraternity looks more popular than ever two years after hazing allegations

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Few fraternity houses have received as much national attention as the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at Dartmouth College, and much of that is thanks to Andrew Lohse.

Lohse rocked the campus in early 2012 when he wrote an op-ed for the student newspaper describing illegal hazing activities he claimed were happening at SAE, where he was a member. A subsequent Rolling Stone feature expanded on his allegations, even as Lohse's own troubled background became fodder for tabloids and blogs.

But Dartmouth's SAE house has ultimately suffered very little fallout. What investigations there were came to nothing. And according to the current chapter president, it's more popular than ever among the new classes of students.

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