The Theta Beta chapter of Chi Omega was informed Saturday night by the its executive headquarters that it will not be able to finish recruitment, IU spokesperson Chuck Carney said in an email.
The women's fraternity was put on cease and desist Friday afternoon, meaning all activities are suspended, Carney confirmed.
The third round of sorority recruitment, the Sisterhood Round, began Friday night. Chi Omega continued recruitment until they were informed of the decision at 6:30 p.m., Carney said. There is one more round of recruitment Sunday before bid night Tuesday.
Carney did not know the reason for the cease and desist or the decision to stop recruitment.
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