While students and the local community protest a racist chant by the University of Oklahoma's Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity that was caught on video, the school newspaper has done some digging into the fraternity's social media. They uncovered a Vine of the frat's house mom—the woman who lives with them, provides house upkeep, and supposedly guides them as upstanding local citizens—Beauton Gilbow, 79, repeating the N-word in the frat house while Trinidad James' "All Gold Everything" plays in the background.
OU Daily compared the 2013 Vine, filmed inside the SAE house, to her GoFundMe page, which was created to raise funds for her after SAE's immediate closure resulted in her having no job, and soon no home. Her campaign page has since been taken down, but the comparison of the two pages is below.
In an interview with a local news station, News9, Giblow said that she was "in shock" by what she say in the video (frat members singing, "There will never be a n***** SAE; You can hang them from a tree, but they’ll never sign with me," with unrepentant glee). But it appears that the compulsion to sing n***** isn't just a part of their brotherhood, but also a part of their motherhood.