20-year-old Xander Broughton was hospitalized this past weekend after an alleged "alcohol enema" incident at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house that left a dozen other people there facing citations.
Wednesday, university officials called this an isolated incident that is not representative of the campus culture.
Still, this story continues to draw both local and national attention. We wanted to have a discussion about how common these types of events actually are.
Karen Pershing, the executive director of the Metropolitan Drug Commission, joined us to discuss this issue.