Several IU greek organizations have been suspended or put on cease and desist during the 2018-2019 school year.
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IU’s Delta Chi fraternity has been on cease and desist since March 6.
IU’s Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity was placed on cease and desist Feb. 14.
IU’s chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has been on cease and desist since March 21 to coincide with its national fraternity’s interim suspension.
Lambda Chi Alpha began its suspension of all activities Jan. 15.
Chi Omega has been on cease and desist since Jan. 11.
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Senior pitcher Tara Trainer throws the opening pitch March 16. IU will play Michigan State on March 27.
The IU softball team awaits Grayson Radcliffe on March 17 after she hits a grand slam against Saint Francis University. IU lost March 26 to the University of Louisville, 5-2.
Senior pitcher Tara Trainer throws the opening pitch March 16. IU will play the University of Louisville on March 26.
Junior pitcher Emily Goodin sends out a pitch March 17 against Saint Francis University. IU played Ohio State on Sunday and lost, 0-2.
Delta Gamma bike team members stand March 22 in front of their house. Delta Gamma has intensified its training this year to prepare for the 2019 Little 500 race.
Delta Gamma bike team members sit March 22 in front of their house. Delta Gamma has intensified their training this year to prepare for the 2019 Little 500 race.
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The IU softball team awaits Grayson Radcliffe on March 17 after she hits a grand slam against Saint Francis University. IU will play against Ohio State from Friday to Sunday.
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