Another LSU fraternity suspended as university investigates 'very serious' allegations
BATON ROUGE - LSU has placed another fraternity on interim suspension, the university confirmed Thursday.
According to an LSU spokesperson, Pi Kappa Phi was suspended last week concerning incidents that have occurred within this current fall semester. The university would not provide specifics surrounding the incidents but said the allegations are "very serious".
The same fraternity was suspended just over a year ago after the university opened an investigation into a social event that allegedly violated the student code of conduct. That incident came about a month after the school cracked down on Greek life due to the hazing death of 18-year-old Max Gruver.
Another fraternity, Delta Chi, was suspended in August over another incident that apparently violated the code of conduct.
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