Lake Shasta faces University of Oregon’s Rrash

Frat and sorority parties are a norm for college students and it is mostly done on campus grounds. However, when hundreds of college students camped on Slaughterhouse Island in Lake Shasta, California, the students left with more than just a hangover.

Hundreds of leftover trash and University of Oregon gear were left in the reservoir and park rangers are in distress by the sizeable damage.

Evidence of Trash Presumably Left by University of Oregon College Students Circulate Online

A massive frat and sorority party by University of Oregon college students happened over the weekend.

The aftermath of the party was made clear when photos of trash and personal belongings left at the Shasta Lake reservoir circulated online. Park rangers noticed about 90 tents, sleeping bags, alcohol, ice chests and garbage left on the party site.

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