University of North Georgia Opens Three Different Greek Life Investigations

The University of North Georgia has launched an investigation into three separate cases where students violated school alcohol and hazing policies.
Caleb Longenecker, a freshman at the University of North Georgia, told WSB-TV that the university sent out an email, saying a fraternity and two sororities are under investigation for hazing and alcohol violations.
According to reports, the school received three separate complaints that Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu and Kappa Delta had violated the school’s hazing and alcohol policies.
via WSB-TV:

Senior Jacob Sullivan told WSB-TV he’s not endorsing what happened, but he wonders if it’s as bad as it sounds.
“Hazing is such a broad term these days, it encompasses things you wouldn’t think of as being bad,” Sullivan said. Zhanik Brock said you can’t even enroll at North Georgia until you take and pass an online course about the school’s hazing and alcohol policy.
“It was very detailed. They asked a lot of anonymous questions like, ‘How do you feel about this? What would you do in this situation?'” Brock said.
Even though the university wouldn’t give me specifics, Huddleston did receive a call from a student who said he was a member of the fraternity and said their violation was alcohol-related. A university representative said the organizations are suspended until the investigation is complete.

This is the latest major fraternity policy change in the last year, as schools such as Indiana University, the University of MichiganOhio State University, Texas State, Florida State, Ball State, Louisiana State and Penn State have all suspended fraternities in the wake of hazing and alcohol deaths.

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