(CNN)Less than a year ago, Baylor University was neck deep in a scandal that alleged that it consistently failed to respond to reports of rampant sexual assault.
A Baylor University frat is suspended for a 'Cinco de drinko' party
Now, under a new President, Baylor has stepped in another controversy. And it's taken swift action.
Baylor quickly launched an investigation, calling the party a "racially insensitive event." And Kappa Sigma suspended the chapter.
The allegations are inconsistent with the values of Kappa Sigma" the fraternity said in a statement emailed to CNN.
On Monday, Baylor students rallied with a list of demands for the university.
They asked for sanctions against the fraternity, a formal apology, mandatory cultural competency education and more diversity.
Last year, Baylor's then-president Ken Starr resigned after the results of an independent investigation showed "fundamental failure" on the university's part to respond adequately to student sex assault allegations.