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100+ Students Suspended In IU Fraternity Investigation
Updated May 5, 2013 1:02 AM | Filed under: WBIW News
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(BLOOMINGTON, IN) - More than 100 members of an Indiana University fraternity have been suspended in the wake of several fraternity troubles at the university.

Only 20 members of Alpha Tau Omega remain.

ATO is the latest IU fraternity to come under fire in investigations of hazing and alcohol violations.

The fraternity was still on probation for prior alcohol-related reasons, when the new investigation began. In 1992, ATO was also suspended after a pledge went into a coma with .48 blood alcohol level.

Members of the fraternity are barred from participating in campus events under their organization's name.



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