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WVU suspends frat after 19 members arrested

The Associated Press
| Sunday, November 9, 2014 11:29 p.m.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University has suspended a fraternity following the arrests of more than a dozen members on alcohol-related charges.

WVU interim student activities director Bob Campione tells The Dominion Post that the Sigma Chi fraternity can’t host social events, accept new pledges or participate in any university activities during the suspension.

Campione says the fraternity was suspended pending an investigation.

Morgantown police arrested 19 fraternity members early Thursday morning. Police said officers were responding to reports of a large crowd running through the neighborhood screaming and yelling.

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