Mizzou: suspended fraternity violated university’s conduct standard

The University of Missouri says the suspended Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in Columbia has been found responsible for multiple violations of the university’s conduct standard.

Mizzou has written a letter to students, saying it wants to withdraw recognition of the chapter as a recognized student organization. The fraternity has five days to appeal.

Phi Gamma Delta has been temporarily suspended by both Mizzou and its national organization, after a freshman participating in a social event at the house was hospitalized due to concerns about alcohol poisoning.

MUPD is also investigating.

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