Ohio State University has suspended all social, recruitment and new member activity for all 37 of its fraternities.
The university has been investigating 11 of the 37 chapters since the beginning of the school year for cases of hazing and alcohol.
In an email sent out to the Interfraternity Council presidents, the Senior Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Ryan Lovell, said the number of investigations is “unacceptably high.” He also said, “the university will not tolerate behavior that puts the health and safety of students at risk.”
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