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The very same week the University of Oklahoma drew criticism over students chanting racial slurs at one of its fraternities, its rivals at the University of Texas are still under fire for some equally appalling recent behavior — which, it seems, has yet to be dealt with by university officials.

The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at UT-Austin — better known as “Fiji” — is being called out for reportedly re-circulating a dated list of “confidential” rules for members, which range from “respect the house” and “respect the ladies” to “no interracial dating” and “no Mexicans.” The fraternity, which came under fire last month for throwing a “western” (aka “border patrol”) party that included an array of racist costumes, has been accused of outlined a detailed list of prohibitions without performing spellcheck, banning “fagetry,” “deuschbags” and “quiting” (also referred to as “no being a pussy”).

Editor's note: This story has been corrected to reflect that the list of rules in question is several years old and believed not to have been issued by Texas Phi Gamma Delta, according to a University of Texas official.

At times like this, of course, it certainly doesn’t seem that way.

I don’t know if I have to disclose my bias to say that the comparison between the way UT and OU have each handled racist fraternity incidents doesn’t just reflect poorly on the University of Texas; it’s disgraceful.

Jessica James, journalism lecturer, wrote a thesis which included a case study on the psychological consequences of media applications such as Tinder.

Her thesis will be a chapter in the book “Sex in the Digital Age” by Ashgate Publishing.

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