OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — Miami University in Ohio has suspended another fraternity after investigating allegations of hazing.
School officials say the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity is suspended through May 2018.
The school had suspended two other fraternities earlier this year for hazing and alcohol-related violations. At least nine such organizations at the Oxford campus are currently suspended.
Miami spokesman Claire Wagner tells the Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News the school has more than 50 fraternity and sorority chapters overall, and most of the participants are focused on values such as scholarship, service and leadership.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports over one-third of the school’s undergraduates are in fraternities or sororities, making the conduct of those organizations an important campus issue.