Sorority booted for sex, drugs, alcohol scavenger hunt

(PENNLIVE) — A sorority has been kicked off Lehigh University’s campus after a scavenger hunt that was called “reprehensible.”

Alpha Chi Omega’s Theta Chi chapter’s Lehigh campus recognition was revoked for two years, starting March 5 until May 31, 2020, says the Lehigh Greeks blog.

The sorority was accused of sponsoring a road rally scavenger hunt Dec. 8, 2017 in which participants “received points for various acts including sexual activity, the use of drugs and alcohol, ingesting food and other liquids.”

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