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Timeline: Schools that have suspended greek life

Indiana University — Nov. 27

The Interfraternity Council voted Nov. 27 to suspend social activities until Feb. 28, 2018. Read more on the suspension here.

Texas State University — Nov. 17

The president of Texas State University suspended all fraternity and sorority activities following the death of a pledge who was found dead at an off-campus party put on by members of a TSU fraternity. Read more coverage from the University Star here.

Ohio State University — Nov. 16

The university suspended Interfraternity Council activities indefinitely, The Lantern, Ohio State University’s student newspaper, reported. Read their coverage here.

University of Michigan — Nov. 9

According to an article from the University of Michigan’s student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, their Interfraternity Council voted earlier this month to suspend all social activities. Read their coverage here.

Florida State University — Nov. 7

Florida State University indefinitely suspended all activities for fraternities and sororities, the New York Times confirmed. Read their coverage here.  

Ball State University — Oct. 24

Their Interfraternity Council and the university signed a joint letter agreeing to suspend all greek activities for three months, according to the Ball State Daily News. Read their coverage here.

Louisiana State University — Sept. 21

LSU President F. King Alexander suspended greek life activities Sept. 14 after the hazing death of a student. Read more coverage from The Daily Reveille, LSU’s student newspaper, here.

Penn State University — Feb. 8

Back in February, the Interfraternity Council voted to suspend all social events across all of its 46 chapters. Penn State has since released new guidelines for fraternities and sororities. Read more from the Daily Collegian, Penn State’s student newspaper, here.   

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