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USC councils develop plan to address sex photos incident

A sex scandal rocked the Greek system at USC and caused a buzz on the Internet.

March 30, 2011 12:00:00 AM PDT
After the high-rise sexual tryst at USC, the fraternal councils on Tuesday night developed a two-phase action plan to address the issue.

Photographs of a Kappa Sigma fraternity member engaging in what appeared to be sexual activities with a woman on the roof of a campus building went viral after they were posted online over the weekend.

USC security workers said the couple triggered an alarm by opening the roof door and that other students called in to report the incident.

According to the Daily Trojan, the Panhellenic and Interfraternity councils have decided to create initiatives with women's groups and require at least 50 percent of each chapter's members to attend.

In the future, the councils also plan to use social media to educate new members about positive social images.

The man in the photos has been suspended from his fraternity until an investigation is completed. The woman is a student at a different local university.