Baylor Frat Suspended After ‘Cinco De Drinko' Where Partiers Reportedly Dressed as Maids, Construction Crews

Protesters called on Baylor University administrators to address racism on campus after a fraternity hosted a Mexican-themed party Saturday night.The Baylor chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity was temporarily suspended Monday pending investigations by the university and its national organization, according to Baylor. Photos on Twitter showed guests at the "Cinco de Drinko" party wearing sombreros and serapes, the Baylor Lariat reported. There were reports that some students had painted their faces brown, dressed as construction workers and maids, and chanted "build that wall," however a Baylor spokesman said the university had no direct evidence of students with brown face paint, the Waco Herald-Tribune reported.   Continue reading...

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