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ZBT kicked off campus for six years

Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) at Florida State University has been dismissed from campus for six years.

The decision regarding ZBT, proposed by the student-led Greek Conduct Board Thursday, was approved by the FSU administration Friday.

The fraternity has five class days to file a letter of appeal with the university.

The decision concludes a university investigation that began last December when Associate Dean of Students Alan Acosta received an email detailing hazing allegations from a former pledge. The email was forwarded to Florida State Police Officer Cody Hartley, marking the start of a criminal investigation of the fraternity. 

The investigation did not end until April, when Hartley submitted the evidence he collected to the State Attorney’s Office. 

Assistant State Attorney Eddie Evans recommended there was not probable cause to charge ZBT leadership with criminal hazing. He instead advised that specific fall members of the fraternity be charged with providing alcohol to a minor.

Hartley followed through, arresting seven​​​​​​​ fall ZBT members. 

The Greek Conduct Board reviewed the information and called a formal hearing May 25 at which ZBT President Adam Culver and two national executives defended the fraternity. During the hearing, Culver said the members involved were removed from the fraternity, and their actions did not represent the organization as a whole.

He declined Friday to comment on the fraternity’s dismissal from campus.

Laurence Bolotin, executive director of ZBT’s national headquarters, was also present at the hearing. He told the board that, if the fraternity were to remain on campus, he would extend their suspension through fall semester and require the chapter to host a full-time, live-in staff member for one year to properly align the chapter with the values held by the national organization.

Nationally, ZBT claims to be the first fraternity to abolish a pledge process and does not tolerate hazing.

If ZBT asks to return to FSU in six years, they must comply with a list of requirements. They include fashioning a revised new member education program, a risk management plan and a plan to host an anti-hazing event.

The university said in a written comment: “Florida State University does not tolerate hazing among any student(s) or student organization.”

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FSU frat kicked off campus for six years

A Florida State University fraternity has been banned from campus for six years.

The decision regarding Zeta Beta Tau, proposed by the student-led Greek Conduct Board Thursday, was approved by the FSU administration Friday. It concluded a university investigation that began last December when Associate Dean of Students Alan Acosta received an email detailing hazing allegations from a former pledge. 

The fraternity has five class days to file a letter of appeal with the university.

The investigation found several instances of forced calisthenics and consumption of alcohol throughout the pledge process at ZBT, along with other violations of the university’s conduct code.

Information about the alleged incidents was forwarded to the State Attorney's Office, which found there was not probable cause to criminally charge any fraternity member with hazing. However, seven fraternity members were arrested on charges of providing alcohol to a minor.

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The Greek Conduct Board reviewed the information and called a formal hearing May 25 at which ZBT President Adam Culver and two national executives defended the fraternity. During the hearing, Culver said the members involved were removed from the fraternity, and their actions did not represent the organization as a whole.

He declined Friday to comment on the fraternity’s dismissal from campus.

If ZBT asks to return to FSU in six years, it must comply with a list of requirements. They include fashioning a revised new member education program, a risk management plan and a plan to host an anti-hazing event.

The university said in a written comment: “Florida State University does not tolerate hazing among any student(s) or student organization.”

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Update: WCTV Eyewitness News

June 13, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Florida State University's Zeta Beta Tau fraternity chapter has been suspended for 6 years following an investigation into hazing allegations.

FSU Assistant Director of Communications Amy Farnum-Patronis says the sanction ZBT received is actually considered “dismissal” because of the time period.

The investigation into the alleged hazing began in Fall 2016. University officials say students who were attempting to join the fraternity were participating in an unauthorized pledging process. The students were reportedly subjected to "forced consumption of food, alcohol, and drugs; line-ups; forced participation in activities; calisthenics; sleep deprivation; and mental intimidation" as well as physical violence and underage access to alcohol.

Farnum-Patronis says, effective immediately, FSU's ZBT chapter is prohibited from all university activities and may not function or participate in any events on or off campus. The fraternity is also forbidden from hosting chapter meetings, participating in intramurals, or using FSU facilities.

We've also learned that members of the fraternity are facing criminal charges in connection to the hazing investigation.

Florida State University issued the following statement in response to the ZBT suspension:

"Florida State University does not tolerate hazing among any student(s) or student organization. Some resources and information regarding FSU’s anti-hazing education efforts and other university initiatives to prevent hazing are provided below." Hazing Resources: • https://hazing.fsu.edu/ • http://fsu.prevent.zone Hazing can be reported online here: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?FloridaStateUniv&layout_id=5

By: Lanetra Bennett

May 25, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- FSU Police are investigating claims of hazing from FSU's Zeta Beta Tau.

The fraternity appeared before the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Thursday for a hearing to answer to allegations of hazing pledges, including forcing them to drink alcohol.

FSU student Brennan Brinkley said, "I don't really find it surprising that there's hazing going on. I think everyone kind of accepts it and everyone knows that it happens. But, that doesn't mean it should be accepted. It doesn't mean that it should be a part of our school's culture."

A formal decision letter will be sent to the student organization within ten (10) business days from the conclusion of the hearing. This time limit may be extended if additional consideration of evidence and deliberation is required.

Potential outcomes of the hearing could include a written or spoken reprimand, suspension, or dismissal from campus.

FSU says, "Florida State University does not tolerate hazing among any student(s) or student organization."

Ethan Brown said, "It makes me disgusted, honestly. I love this university with all my heart. But, for anyone to go out of their way just to hurt others to kind of gain something out of it, to kind of keep, quote unquote tradition going or anything like that, is just, it's wrong."

FSU Police say prosecution is pending, and the department has turned the criminal investigation over to the state's attorney's office.

The fraternity's headquarters released the following statement:

"Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is working with Florida State University to address allegations of misconduct in the Zeta Alpha Chapter. Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and Zeta Alpha Chapter are fully cooperating with the investigation by the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities. Due to the ongoing investigation, the Fraternity will have no further comment."

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Zeta Beta Tau

American fraternal organization

Zeta Beta Tau
Zeta Beta Tau Crest.png
FoundedDecember 29, 1898; 122 years ago (December 29, 1898)
The City College of New York
TypeSocial
AffiliationNIC
ScopeInternational
Motto"Brotherhood for a Lifetime"
ColorsPrimary:
  Medium Blue
  White
Supplementary:
  Light Blue
  Gold
FlagZeta Beta Tau flag.jpg
FlowerGold Carnation
Chapters82 active
Members140,000+ lifetime & collegiate
Fraternity Song"Here's to Our Fraternity"
Headquarters3905 Vincennes Rd.
Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46268
United States
Websitewww.zbt.org

Zeta Beta Tau (ΖΒΤ) is a Greek-letter social fraternity based in North America. It was founded on December 29, 1898, at City College of New York and is recognized as the first Jewish collegiate social fraternity. Originally a Zionist youth society, its purpose changed from Zionism in the fraternity's early years, and in 1954 the organization became nonsectarian and opened itself to non-Jewish members, changing its membership policy to include "All Men of Good Character."

History[edit]

Founding[edit]

The Zeta Beta Tau fraternity was led until his death by Richard J. H. Gottheil, a professor of languages at Columbia University and a Zionist. On December 29, 1898, he formed a Zionist youth society with a group of students from several New York City universities. Fifteen young men — among them Herman Abramowitz, Aaron Levy, Bernhard Bloch, David Liknaitz, Isidore Delson, Louis S Posner, Aaron Drucker, Bernhard Saxe, Bernard Ehrenreich, Herman Sheffield, Menachem Eichler, David Swick, Aaron Eiseman, Maurice Zellermayer and David Levine — gathered at the Jewish Theological Seminary on that date to found the organization.

The society was called Z.B.T., which referred to the first letters in the Hebrew phrase "Zion Be-mishpat Tipadeh", which translated means "Zion shall be redeemed with judgment".[1] This is taken from Isaiah 1:27 — "Zion be-mishpat tipadeh ve-shaveha be-tzedakah" (Zion shall be redeemed with judgment, and they that return of her, with righteousness"). The word "judgment" is sometimes translated as "justice".[2] The meaning of Z.B.T. was listed in the American Jewish Committee's annual report as early as 1900-1901.[3][4]

In 1903, Z.B.T. formally became Zeta Beta Tau, and its purpose shifted away from that of a Zionist youth organization as other Zionist organizations grew in prominence. The original Hebrew meaning of Z.B.T. is not esoteric. However, it was publicly revealed in the official written history of Zeta Beta Tau, Here's to Our Fraternity: One Hundred Years of Zeta Beta Tau, 1898–1998, by Marianne Rachel Sanua.[5]

Zeta Beta Tau expanded rapidly. By 1909, it had established 13 chapters in the Northeastern United States and a 14th at Tulane University in New Orleans. In 1913, it established its first Canadian chapter at McGill University in Montreal and, in the same year, Zeta Beta Tau was first represented at the National Interfraternity Conference. Five years later, it founded its first West Coast chapter at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. At the 1954 National Convention, the delegates amended Zeta Beta Tau's constitution, ritual and internal procedures both in theory and in practice to eliminate sectarianism as a qualification for membership.[6]

Mergers[edit]

The Zeta Beta Tau has merged with four other national Jewish fraternities: Phi Alpha, Kappa Nu, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Epsilon Pi, with chapters and colonies at over 90 campus locations. In 1959, Phi Alpha merged into Phi Sigma Delta, and in 1961 Kappa Nu merged into Phi Epsilon Pi. In 1969-70, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Epsilon Pi merged into Zeta Beta Tau.[7] Zeta Beta Tau's official name is "A Brotherhood of Kappa Nu, Phi Alpha, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Sigma Delta and Zeta Beta Tau".

Pledging abolished[edit]

Zeta Beta Tau abolished the institution of pledging in 1989 as a way to combat and eliminate hazing, and replaced the pledging process with one in which new members are accepted as brothers upon receiving a bid to the fraternity.[8] Zeta Beta Tau's decision to do away with pledging did not involve an associate membership process, however. Once a brother joins the fraternity he will receive all rights and responsibilities as the rest of the chapter, and shall be eligible for any position within the chapter regardless of how long he has been a brother. This decision was made in response to the Age of Liability, in which extensive research on hazing shed light on how the culture of subservient pledging led to a number of deaths nationwide.

National philanthropies[edit]

Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH), which raises funds for children's hospitals in North America, was chosen as an official philanthropy of the fraternity during a Supreme Council meeting in summer 2002. Chapters host Get on the Ball events in which people donate to CMNH to sign a large inflatable beach ball.[9]

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation, a non-profit corporation exclusively committed to educational and charitable purposes that assist the Brothers of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, as another official philanthropic partner of the Fraternity. The foundation assists the fraternity by funding scholarships and academic and leadership programs to maximize their personal development and prepare them to be leaders of society. The scholarships and academic and leadership programs funded by the Foundation enhance the overall value of membership in Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity by complementing the collegiate educational experience.

Jewish Women International has been the third official philanthropic partner of ZBT, since 2015. JWI is the leading Jewish organization[citation needed] working to empower women and girls by ensuring and protecting their physical safety and economic security, promoting and celebrating inter-generational leadership, and inspiring civic participation and community engagement. JWI provides chapters with prevention programming to create stronger and safer Greek communities. JWI works with students to create sexual assault and dating violence prevention programming so that they understand how to ask for consent, so that every bystander knows to intervene, so that if a friend discloses after an assault students know how to respond, how to identify an abusive relationship, and build a culture of respect. ZBT chapters raise funds for JWI's National Library Initiative, which creates libraries in domestic violence shelters nationwide - transforming basic spaces into comforting havens stocked with colorful furniture, toys, computers and dozens of brand-new books.

Gift of Life Marrow Registry is another official partner of ZBT since 2017. It is an international bone marrow registry whose sole purpose is to find life-saving bone marrow transplants for those suffering from blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma. Gift of Life achieves this goal with the help of ZBT chapters from college campuses across the US who run registration drives and help find life-saving matches. Since the partnership began, ZBT brothers have added nearly 6,000 names to the donor registry, with nearly 70 matches and 11 life-saving transplants thus far.[when?]

Semi-annual brotherhood review vote[edit]

In conjunction with the 1989 abolition of pledging, ΖΒΤ National instituted the Semi-Annual Brotherhood Review Vote (SBRV). All ΖΒΤ chapters twice a year (once a semester) have a vote to see who, if anyone, should be removed from membership within a chapter. The ballots are counted by the president and an executive member of his choice. The criteria for voting during the SBRV are the Chapter Standards, which all chapters must make known to their membership. If a brother receives a simple majority of nay votes, he is expelled from the fraternity.[citation needed]

The Journey Brotherhood Program[edit]

Twenty years after ΖΒΤ eliminated pledging, the Supreme Council, based on feedback from undergraduates and alumni, voted to continue the evolution and development of what was initially called the Membership Development Program, then became the Brotherhood Program. The newest evolution is called the Journey.[10] The Journey implements a number of significant changes. The Journey adds the position of Provost, in addition to the Brotherhood Development Director (BDD). In the past, the BDD was responsible for all education in the chapter. Now, the Provost teaches members about the history, values, and traditions of organization. The BDD oversees the Provost, and still is responsible for overall program.

Through the first six weeks of the Journey, newly initiated ΖΒΤ men learn the history of the fraternity, delve into the credo, mission statement and ritual, the skills needed to succeed in college, and how to make wise life decisions.[11] Upon initiation, all ΖΒΤ brothers are given full rights and privileges, within days of accepting their bids. This is true for all versions of the Journey.

The Journey then continues to develop brothers for the next four years, offering education on building a better brotherhood and strong leadership skills. The Journey also offers a leadership track.[12]

Controversies[edit]

In 1974, the Zeta Beta Tau chapter at Monmouth University, then known as Monmouth College, was suspended by the national headquarters after the death of a student during a pledge hazing ritual.[13]

In 1988, the ZBT chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Madison held a mock slave auction featuring blackface and racial slurs. New pledges were dressed in wigs and "sold" for their services. This incident resulted in widespread campus protests against the fraternity, which was accused of creating a hostile environment for minorities.[14]

In February 1988, the Judicial Inquiry Office of the University of Pennsylvania charged the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity with violating seven Pennsylvania statutes and University of Pennsylvania guidelines including sexual and racial harassment during a fraternity rush event on October 1, 1987. The fraternity was accused of hiring two African American women to perform before an audience of 100-200 men during the rush event. While the two women were undressing, the crowd yelled "Where did you get them niggers?" and other racist remarks.[15]

In June 2016, the Miami University chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was suspended until May 2018 because of hazing violations.[16]

In December 2017, Zeta Beta Tau discontinued recognition of the greater Philadelphia chapter (Alpha Beta), composed mostly of Temple University students. This came after a member of the fraternity was found dead in his off-campus residence from an accidental drug overdose.[17]

In February 2018, the Cornell University chapter of Zeta Beta Tau was placed on probation for two years following an investigation into multiple reports of "pig roasts" in which men competed to try to sleep with and humiliate women they considered to be overweight.[18]

In September 2018, Syracuse University's student newspaper published a video showing Zeta Beta Tau members forcibly spitting into pledges' mouths and covering their faces with a wet mop.[19]

Warrior Beach Retreat controversy[edit]

While in Panama City Beach, Florida, on April 17, 2015, for a spring formal, members of the fraternity's University of Florida chapter were accused of abusing disabled military veterans. The Warrior Beach Retreat provides wounded veterans a place to relax and heal. The event was allegedly disrupted by a band of fraternity brothers who were accused of disrespecting and dishonoring the veterans. According to Warrior Beach Retreat's founder, Linda Cope, the students were antagonizing veterans. She stated that some of the men made inappropriate comments to the spouses of veterans. One veteran said that he and his service dog were spat on, and that beer was poured on them from the 20th floor.[20]

The University of Florida placed the ZBT chapter on interim suspension and charged the organization with a series of offenses as part of its formal investigation into the allegations of the event in Panama City Beach.[21] Laurence Bolotin, the executive director of Zeta Beta Tau International, issued a statement on the organization's web site that noted, in part, "While the details of their actions are still under investigation, there is no doubt that some of our members engaged in ugly and unacceptable behavior. Their actions have no place in ΖΒΤ or anywhere, and they will not be tolerated. On behalf of our entire organization, I want to apologize to veterans, both those who were in Panama City Beach, and those who have felt the pain from afar, as well as to their families..."[22] The president of the University of Florida, W. Kent Fuchs, called the actions of the fraternity members unacceptable and committed to a full investigation.[23]

Ultimately, no criminal charges were filed and a University of Florida investigation resulted in the fraternity being charged with causing potential harm to others, obscenity and public intoxication.[24] One of the students present said they were not even aware that there was a Wounded Warrior’s beach retreat.[24] The university said that the immediate suspension of the chapter was primarily for safety reasons because of the high number of threats made to the chapter and its members after news of the incident surfaced.[24] Zeta Beta Tau at the University of Florida has since been re-formed.

University of California, Los Angeles Controversy[edit]

In August 2018, the ZBT National Fraternity and the chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles, were sued for negligence, assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The lawsuit also encompassed the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity as well as UCLA. The lawsuit stemmed from the continuous denial and "sweeping under the rug" of complaints regarding rape and sexual assault and failing to adhere to their policies regarding alcohol consumption and abuse.[25]

Notable alumni[edit]

Main article: List of Zeta Beta Tau brothers

Chapters[edit]

Main article: List of Zeta Beta Tau chapters and colonies

Zeta Beta Tau has 82 chapters and colonies in the United States and Canada.[citation needed] The state with the most chapters is New York. Currently, the oldest active chapter is Gamma at New York University. In 2019, the largest ΖΒΤ chapter was Lambda at The University of Texas at Austin.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Green, Daniel (March 30, 2011). The Jewish Origins of Cultural Pluralism. The Menorah Association and American Diversity. p. 48. ISBN .
  2. ^"Bible Isaiah 1:27". Retrieved March 4, 2008.
  3. ^"Directory of Jewish Organizations in the United States"(PDF). Retrieved February 23, 2010.
  4. ^Sanua, Marianne Rachel (1998). Here's to Our Fraternity: One Hundred Years of Zeta Beta Tau, 1898-1998. UPNE. p. 11.
  5. ^Sanua, Marianne Rachel; Sanua, Marianne (1998). ZBT Centennial History Book. ISBN . Retrieved March 4, 2008.
  6. ^"ZBT Bax Chapter". Archived from the original on May 10, 2016. Retrieved March 6, 2009.
  7. ^Our Antecedent Groups
  8. ^"Zeta Beta Tau – The Founding". Retrieved August 8, 2010.
  9. ^"Get on the Ball - Home". www.zbtgetontheball.com. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
  10. ^"Zeta Beta Tau Journey Evolution Overview"(PDF).
  11. ^"Zeta Beta Tau Journey New Brother Education".
  12. ^"Zeta Beta Tau Journey All-Chapter Education".
  13. ^[1]
  14. ^"Inquiry on Fraternity 'Slave Auction'", The New York Times, 26 October 1988
    - "Campuses Struggling With Racism", Chicago Tribune, 6 November 1988.
  15. ^"Charges Against ZBT"(PDF). The Daily Pennsylvanian. March 1, 1988. Retrieved September 21, 2019.
  16. ^"Unrecognized Organizations". Miami University. Retrieved 2017-11-21.
  17. ^[2]
  18. ^"Cornell fraternity Zeta Beta Tau suspended for offensive “pig roast” game"
  19. ^"Video surfaces showing behavior that led to Zeta Beta Tau fraternity’s disciplinary probation, SU official confirms", Daily Orange
  20. ^*Starnes, Todd (April 24, 2015). "Frat boys spit on wounded vet, urinate on American flag". Fox News. Archived from the original on April 24, 2015.
  21. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on April 28, 2015. Retrieved April 24, 2015.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  22. ^Statement from Laurence Bolotin, Executive Director of Zeta Beta Tau International Regarding Panama City Beach IncidentArchived April 26, 2015, at the Wayback Machine Zeta Beta Tau, 23 April 2015
  23. ^"Florida: Fraternity Expels 3 After Abuse of Veterans". The New York Times. April 24, 2015.
  24. ^ abc"UF concludes the Zeta Beta Tau investigation". WCJB-TV. June 11, 2015. Archived from the original on June 15, 2015.
  25. ^"Student files lawsuit against UCLA fraternities, alleging sexual assault". Daily Bruin. Retrieved September 4, 2018.

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