Texas State University president suspends all fraternity and sorority chapters i…
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All Greek chapters on Texas State College’s campus have been suspended within the wake of a dying that occurred Sunday.
Texas State President Denise M. Trauth launched a press release Tuesday afternoon suspending all fraternity and sorority actions on campus.
San Marcos Police Division discovered Matthew Ellis, a scholar and Phi Kappa Psi pledge, unresponsive Monday morning at an condo off campus. EMS personnel weren’t capable of revive him and he was pronounced lifeless. Trauth stated that Ellis had attended an off-campus social occasion Sunday, hosted by members of a Texas State fraternity.
I’ve requested Dr. Joanne Smith, Vice President for Scholar Affairs, who has duty for the Greek Affairs system, to right away initate this evaluation and suggest suggestions for reinstating fraternity and sorority chapters that reveal a dedication to the core values of Texas State and the beliefs established by their respective nationwide organizations.