College of Michigan removes frat accused of violent hazing


ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A College of Michigan fraternity has been faraway from the college and student-run Interfraternity Council for a minimum of 5 years following allegations of violent hazing and compelled alcohol consumption.

The Ann Arbor Information stories Thursday that proof of hazing was discovered throughout Alpha Sigma Phi’s new member course of.

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Final yr, the council suspended social occasions following allegations of hazing and sexual misconduct involving fraternity members on the Ann Arbor college. Some social actions have since resumed.

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The college declined to reply questions past the Interfraternity Council assertion asserting the motion. The chief government on the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity headquarters in Carmel, Indiana, was unavailable for remark.

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Zeta Beta Tau Worldwide Fraternity introduced in January that it had revoked its College of Michigan chapter’s constitution after figuring out insurance policies prohibiting hazing had been violated.


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