Sorority reinstated after investigation into drugs, hazing
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University has lifted its suspension of a sorority after an investigation found insufficient evidence of hazing and drug use.
The West Virginia college on Friday announced that it has removed its cease-and-desist order against the Delta Upsilon chapter of Delta Zeta.
The school did not release details of the allegations before it suspended the sorority’s activities, meetings and social events two weeks ago. The chapter’s national organization had been notified and asked to participate in the college’s investigation.
Marshall issued a short statement on Friday saying the sorority has had its rights and responsibilities reinstated.