Fraternity under fire over 'grossly offensive' email

The University of Richmond has suspended one of its fraternities after two members sent an email to about 100 students that "contained grossly offensive language," the school said Monday.

While the university did not release the content of the email written by two members of the Kappa Alpha fraternity chapter, the school newspaper did.

"Today is the day boys," the email begins, according to The Collegian, which published the message on its website.

"Lodge season has finally arrived. We just wanted to send out a reminder that our theme for the night is amerIKA," read the email, which was sent out at 12:55 p.m. on Friday. "Roll through in your best red, white and blue (or be naked for all I care, just make sure your ass makes it out tonight).

"This is gonna be one for the books," it continues. "Both [redacted] and I have the night off so we're looking forward to watching that lodge virginity be gobbled up for ya'll. See you boys tonight."

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