Timothy Piazza, 19, died after consuming a large amount of alcohol during a Beta Theta Pi pledge event and falling down the stairs.
Twitter users identified the fraternity as Tau Kappa Epsilon.
The lawsuit, filed by students who say they've been sexually assaulted, accuse the school of violating Title IX and the Fair Housing Act.
"There was this sense that we were responsible for what men did to us," one former student said.
The university booted the frat and slapped 18 students with disciplinary charges.
Frat bros would be so much hotter.
A great candidate would face what others ignore, boldly illuminating any self-destructive agenda that fosters investments that are driven by short-term greed, and proliferates terrorism and war based on fear. They would call for compassion and model confidence that humanity can find a course toward mutual benefit.
It's no secret that the events at ATO have sparked controversy and debate. The student in my class who was upset about the discussion could tell me that my perspective of the situation is biased, or that I can't fully understand it because I'm not a member of the Greek community. But something tells me that's not the issue here.