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In this March 10, 2015, photo, University of Oklahoma President David Boren talks with the media before the start of a Board of Regents meeting in Oklahoma City. Many colleges are clamping down on campus fraternities after their reputations are sullied by race-tainted incidents. Even with a school’s sometimes swift and hard action, episodes such as the racist chants by members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at the University of Oklahoma still surface. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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University of Oklahoma students march in protest to the University of Oklahoma's now-closed Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house. Members of SAE were caught on video chanting a racial slur. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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On March 10, University of Oklahoma President David Boren, above, announced the expulsion of 2 students after members of a fraternity were caught on video chanting a racial slur. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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Parents helped students move their furniture out of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house at the University of Oklahoma on Monday, March. 9, 2015, in Norman, Okla. President David Boren of the University of Oklahoma severed the school's ties with a national fraternity on Monday and ordered that its on-campus house be shuttered after several members took part in a racist chant caught in an online video. (AP Photo/Nick Oxford)

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Oklahoma state Rep. Paul Wesselhoft, R-Moore, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Marc Masurovsky, left, co-founder of the Holocaust Art Restitiution Project, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Raphael Meyer, son of Leone Meyer, listens at right. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Oklahoma state Rep. Mike Reynolds, R-Oklahoma City, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, seen on screen at rear, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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Pierre Ciric, an attorney representing Leone Meyer, speaks during a House committee meeting at the state Capitol to discuss the University of Oklahoma’s possession of the painting “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep” (“Bergère rentrant des moutons,” 1886) by Camille Pissarro, in Oklahoma City, Monday, May 12, 2014. Meyer has sued the University of Oklahoma in an attempt to retrieve the painting, which was among more than 30 pieces of artwork donated to the university by Clara Weitzenhoffer when she died in 2000. (AP Photo)

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A police officer removes yellow police tape from the area surrounding Gould Hall at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. The University of Oklahoma says authorities found no evidence of shots being fired on campus and no injuries have been reported. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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A police officer walks on the roof of Gould Hall at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., as the area was closed down following reports of gunfire Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. The University of Oklahoma says authorities found no evidence of shots being fired on campus and no injuries have been reported. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

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A police officers remove yellow police tape from the area surrounding Gould Hall at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014. The University of Oklahoma says authorities found no evidence of shots being fired on campus and no injuries have been reported. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)