Penn State frat hit by judge’s statewide ban in hazing case
Another fraternity faces a shutdown at Pennsylvania State University, even though its members haven’t been in trouble.
In what appears to be an unprecedented legal ruling, a Monroe County judge on Monday banned the Pi Delta Psi fraternity from operating any chapters in Pennsylvania for 10 years. The ban came during the sentencing of the fraternity and four Pi Delta Psi members from Baruch College in New York, who were convicted in the death of a pledge during a hazing ritual on a trip to the Poconos in 2013.
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