LINCOLN, Neb. -- Several hundred students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln protested outside the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house on Wednesday night. People on the scene said it was in response to a reported sexual assault.
According to campus crime logs, there was a sexual assault reported at the Phi Gamma Delta house, located near 14th and R Streets, late Monday.
Students at the protest said all fraternity and sorority activities and gatherings for Tuesday night were canceled in response to the protest.
In a statement, Phi Gamma Delta said no charges have been filed, and that they are cooperating with authorities in the investigation.
They say the allegations, if true, do not meet their code of conduct.