Oklahoma fraternity under fire

Updated 3:09 PM ET, Wed March 11, 2015
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University of Oklahoma students march to the now-closed fraternity house of Sigma Alpha Epsilon during a rally in Norman, Oklahoma, on Tuesday, March 10. The university's president expelled two students Tuesday after he said they were identified as leaders of a racist chant that was captured on video. Sue Ogrocki/AP
Steve Joule, executive chef at the City Rescue Mission, loads a container of sugar from the kitchen of the SAE house in Norman on March 10. The fraternity is donating its food to the mission after its house was shut down by the university. Sue Ogrocki/AP
Howard Dixon, SAE's chef at the university, pauses to talk to the media as he drives away from the frat house on March 10. Dixon lost his job after the fraternity was shut down, and a crowdfunding campaign was set up in his name. Sue Ogrocki/AP
Facility workers remove the letters from the SAE house on Monday, March 9. Nick Oxford/AP
University of Oklahoma President David Boren speaks during a news conference on campus March 9. Boren said that he was angered, outraged and saddened by what he saw in the video. Boren stressed that the fraternity members' behavior is not indicative of what University of Oklahoma students represent. Nick Oxford/AP
Graffiti saying "tear it down" is painted on the side of the frat house on March 9. Nick Oxford/AP
University students protest the racist comments on March 9. Steve Sisney/The Oklahoman/AP
Boren, with the bullhorn at left, speaks with students as they protest on March 9. "I have a message for those who have misused their freedom of speech in this way," he said. "My message to them is: You're disgraceful. You have violated every principle that this university stands for." Steve Sisney/The Oklahoman/AP