This story isn't going to do much to help dispel the myth that all frat guys are meathead bros who just want to get laid.

The brothers of Sigma Nu at Old Dominion University in Virginia thought it would be a good idea to welcome everyone to school, especially female freshmen, by hanging up banners from their house just off campus. So they probably said "Welcome back to school!" or "Study hard this year!" right?  Nope. The brothers instead decided to go the rapey route, with banners that read "Hope your baby girl is ready for a good time," "Freshman daughter drop off," and "Go ahead and drop off mom too."

Obviously, this did not go over well with school officials, or the national chapter of Sigma Nu.

The Sigma Nu Fraternity has suspended the chapter at Old Dominion University pending an investigation.  University President John R. Broderick also released a statement about the incident:

I said at my State of the University address that there is zero tolerance on this campus for sexual assault and sexual harassment. This incident will be reviewed immediately by those on campus empowered to do so. Any student found to have violated the code of conduct will be subject to disciplinary action.

His full statement is available here.