Penn State administrators announced Wednesday that a fraternity that maintained a well-curated secret Facebook page full of pictures of unconscious, naked women will lose its official recognition until 2018, pretty much ruining senior year.

In some of the photos found on the Kappa Delta Rho-operated Facebook page, a search warrant application alleges, it appeared “that the individuals in the photos are not aware that the photos had been taken.”

The three-year ruling was apparently intended to compensate for an earlier and more lenient ruling by the school’s Interfraternity Council, which had voted to allow Kappa Delta Rho to stay on campus under certain conditions.

According to NBC, the frat was also implicated in sexual harassment, hazing, drug dealing and the “persistent harassment of two females.”

Although they’ve lost official recognition—good luck getting into homecoming as a group now, KDR—they apparently won’t have to suffer the indignity of moving out of their frat house, which is privately owned.

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