A senior administrator at Penn State University spent the weekend calling the cops on college students trying to have a good time. As angry as that might make you, take solace in the fact that your life will never suck as much as this guy’s does.
The Daily Collegian reported that Danny Shaha, the senior director of the Office of Student Conduct, called the police to report that there were people drinking at Chi Phi and Sigma Alpha Mu late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, according to police. Shaha also called late Saturday night to report possible underage drinking at Delta Chi.
Shaha called the police twice: late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
The calls came after recent administrative sanctions to disrupt Greek life’s social presence on campus. Luckily, the new sanctions don’t have laws enforcing them, so police said there wasn’t anything they could do.
Following an investigation into the death of New Jersey sophomore Timothy Piazza at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, the Penn State administration instituted a series of Greek Life restrictions. These new restrictions include a permanent ban of Beta Theta Pi, a ban on rush in Fall 2017, and a stop to one of the greatest traditions PSU students enjoyed.
Piazza, 19, was a 2015 graduate of Hunterdon Central Regional High School in Readington Township who died after suffering a fall at the Beta Theta Pi house. Emergency services were not contacted until nearly 12 hours after the student fell down the steps at the fraternity house. Piazza was flown to the Hershey Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.