OSU Fraternity Suspended Two Years For Alcohol & Hazing
A fraternity at Oklahoma State University has been suspended for two years for violating the college's policies regarding alcohol and hazing.
College officials say Phi Delta Theta hosted a keg party at the fraternity's house in May.
The Greek organization was already on deferred suspension at the time until August 2015 for paddling pledges.
The deferred suspension allowed the fraternity to remain as an active group on campus while completing a number of requirements.
In a letter from Jon Rogowski, Director of Chapter Services at General Headquarter in Ohio, he writes, "Their actions in conducting the keg party at the Chapter house on May 9 show that they are unresolved to cause problems for the Chapter. Their apparent rationale was they thought the University would be suspending the Chapter anyway. There is no reason to believe that their detrimental conduct will change."