Penn State Revokes Frat Chapter after Student Death, Creates New Rules

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STATE COLLEGE -- Penn State has revoked the charter of a fraternity where a student died after a party last week.

The Beta Theta Pi fraternity will not be recognized as a frat for at least five years.

The university has banned all social events involving alcohol at all fraternities through the end of the spring semester.

Penn State has banned all new member recruitment until plans are in place to eliminate hazing.


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