AKA sorority chapter at small Georgia college embroiled in sexual misconduct investigation

By: Kyle Swenson and Amber Ferguson

The Washington Post

In March, before a gymnasium packed tight with friends and family, 21 young women from Fort Valley State University in central Georgia marked a milestone.
Glowing with pride, wearing matching black dresses, pearls and pink hats, the undergraduates were officially “crossing over” into the campus’s chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, one of the oldest and most-esteemed black Greek campus organizations in the country.

But just a month


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