Vermont Frat Somehow Manages to Give Frats an Even Worse Reputation

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The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at the University of Vermont is seen Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011 in Burlington, Vt.
The frat. Photo: Toby Talbot/AP

In what hitherto seemed like an impossible feat, the University of Vermont's Sigma Phi Epsilon frat has managed to further sully the already abysmal reputation of a culture known the world over for rampant alcoholism, occasionally deadly hazing rituals, "pimps and hoes" theme parties, and general douchiness. How did they pull off such an impressive coup?

A fraternity at the University of Vermont has been suspended after circulating a quiz asking members who they would most like to rape.

The survey, which included other more mundane questions about age and grade level, ended with the question, "If I could rape someone, who would it be?"

Yep, that'll do it.