via The Daily Campus:
The fraternity also participated in “The Gauntlet,” a booze-hazing ritual explicitly prohibited in the organization’s current accountability agreement. Another instance was a call to the SMU Police Department needing assistance at an off-campus location in February. When The Daily Campus originally requested the police report, the department only released minimal details after a ruling by the attorney general.
The email also alleges “underground” membership tactics used by the fraternity and the discovery of the smell of marijuana at an off-campus location in February. The suspension means PIKE will be required to immediately leave the chapter house and cannot host any PIKE-sponsored events. The university has arranged alternative living arrangements for those who lived in the house, and will provide “other resources to help with their transition,” the spokesman said.