Iowa State fraternity suspended following bonfire

  • Source: Des Moines Register
  • Published: 08/08/2018 09:08 AM

VIDEO: Iowa State University suspended a fraternity last week, days after officials said some of the fraternity’s members started an out-of-hand bonfire at their former apartment building. The university’s Office of Student Conduct on July 30 placed an interim suspension of organizational privileges on the ISU chapter of Delta Chi. The suspension means Delta Chi was immediately denied “university privileges” and was excluded from campus activities. According to the Office of Student Conduct’s website, the suspension is issued when an organization’s “continued presence on the campus creates a continuing danger to persons or property or constitutes an ongoing threat of disruption to the academic process.” The fraternity also has the chance to tell the university why the suspension isn’t “warranted.”


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