University of Missouri frats respond to hazing accusations
March 8, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — The Interfraternity Council for the University of Missouri announced it is halting all new-member activities in response to hazing allegations.
Tuesday's announcement on Twitter said the activities will be paused until March 19, the Columbia Missourian reported .
IFC official Matthew Oxendale declined in an email to name any specific fraternities, citing an active investigation. The investigation is a joint effort between national fraternity headquarters and the university's Office of Student Accountability and Support.
The council will work with the local chapters an...
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