Indiana University Bloomington's Interfraternity Council voted Monday night to temporarily suspend activities for all campus fraternities until February.
Sigma Nu Fraternity is suspending Indiana University’s Beta Eta chapter due to violations related to hazing and alcohol.
Officials with Sigma Tau Gamma confirmed Tuesday the headquarters will move from Warrensburg, Missouri, to Indianapolis.
The school has said the student apparently fell from a boat into a small pond during a Sigma Chi fraternity social event.
Two people were injured at a weekend party at the Indiana National Guard Armory. At least 30 shots were fired and one person was arrested.
Sigma Phi Epsilon was already on a four-year probation that began in 2013 related to incidents involving illegal drugs.
The chapter's charter was revoked last month after a sex video scandal.
Of the 43 underprivileged women the researchers followed, none graduated college within five years.
A Kokomo man is accused of shooting a gun in the air following a Halloween party at a fraternity house near IU's campus.
Thousands of members of Kappa Alpha Psi made a historic pilgrimage to Bloomington Thursday.