"Animal House" has nothing on these fraternities, among the most out-of-control in America.
America's fraternities are in trouble. Nearly 60 students have died in incidents involving frats since 2005, including 12 last year -- the most fatalities in at least a decade, according to Rolling Stone, which looked at 10 of the most out-of-control fraternities in America:
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