The College of Kansas on Tuesday suspended two fraternities for 5 years following an investigation that accused the teams of hazing, the Related Press reported.
Vice Provost for Scholar Affairs Tammara Durham wrote a letter to the 2 fraternities, Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta, informing them that they are going to be faraway from campus till the spring of 2027. Investigations performed by nationwide fraternity management and reviewed by a college panel discovered that each fraternities participated in a sample of hazing that included sleep deprivation, assaults, compelled exercises, destruction of pledges’ property and retaliation for reporting the conduct to school officers, the letter from Durham acknowledged.
One pledge from Phi Gamma Delta suffered a concussion after being thrown in opposition to a locker, and pledges had been compelled to sleep in beds lined in vomit, urine and trash, in accordance with the investigation. Phi Delta Theta was accused of getting members break the private gadgets of pledges and throw their pillows and mattresses from home windows. In 2018, the Interfraternity Council on the College of Kansas halted the actions of its 24 fraternities amid allegations of hazing among the many chapters.