Penn State Vows to Punish Those Behind Sordid Frat Page

The president of Pennsylvania State University called a fraternity's posting of pictured of nude and partially nude women "truly offensive behavior," but also said the university wouldn't rush to punish members of a Kappa Delta Rho chapter before an investigation is complete.
Penn State President Eric Barron told reporters Wednesday, "I am very committed to making that sure we know exactly who is responsible, and then taking action on those who are responsible. We will do it right."
Barron urged any victims in the Penn State incident to come forward. "Obviously the evidence is offensive and just plain unacceptable," he said.
State College Police have launched an investigation into the Kappa Delta Rho chapter after a former member came forward with evidence the frat was operating an invite-only Facebook page that showed naked women who appeared to be passed out, hazing rituals and drug deals, authorities said. There have been no arrests.