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Several months after a CSUN 19-year-old fraternity pledge died during a hike in the Angeles National Forest, the university has banned Greek pledge activities, citing a new incident of “possible hazing.”
The new instance of alleged hazing involved Pi Kappa Alpha, according to Watkins, who called it “shocking and disappointing.”
No details about the incident were provided by California State University Northridge.
The fraternity, which has been suspended by its national headquarters, was banned from chapter activities during the university’s ongoing criminal and administrative investigations, Watkins said.
“This most recent incident cuts to the core of the university’s ability to have confidence that all recognized fraternities and sororities will conduct appropriate new member recruitment and intake procedures that ensure the safety…
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