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Pi Kappa Alpha placed on cease and desist Thursday


IU placed its chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha on cease and desist Thursday, according to an email from IU spokesperson Chuck Carney. The organization cannot host, attend or participate in any social events, and they cannot participate in recruitment activities, he said.

Cease and desist is an interim measure placed on organizations where there is an immediate threat or ongoing investigation, according to IU’s organizations on disciplinary status page. Carney said this directive is used when there are allegations of behavior that have caused or could cause harm to members of the organization or community.

Carney said the investigation is ongoing and is being done in collaboration with Pi Kappa Alpha headquarters.

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