(CNN) -- The University of Vermont's chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity has been closed after a survey surfaced online asking fraternity brothers whom they would rape. Now, an investigation on whether policies or laws have been violated is underway to determine who was responsible for the coordination of such a document.
The fraternity states that this document is not what it stands for. Although the document is considered free speech, it's totally offensive to women. Should they face sanctions? Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity prides themselves on brotherly love and morals and the posting of such documents does not align them with those values. Read the full story here.