01/05/2011 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Former Vanderbilt Fraternity Members Allege Unfair Treatment Based On Sexuality

Two former members of Vanderbilt's Beta Upsilon Chi chapter say they were asked to leave the fraternity in recent months due to violations of the organization's policy pertaining to sexual orientation. The fraternity's Code of Conduct states that Beta Upsilon Chi does not condone homosexuality.

Beta Upsilon Chi is a registered religious/spiritual student organization and a Christian fraternity on Vanderbilt's campus. The original charter was established in 2003. Chapter President Greg Wigger and the national organization's Executive Director declined to comment on this story.

A former Beta Upsilon Chi brother and Vanderbilt 2010 alumnus who wished to remain anonymous wrote in an email to the Hustler that he was approached last spring by fraternity president Greg Wigger about his role in the fraternity.

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