Norman — The University of Oklahoma’s fraternity has been suspended and Sorority has been disciplined. The university confirmed with Oklahoma on Saturday.
Delta Upsilon’s fraternity has been put to an emergency stop, and as the school newspaper OU Daily first reported on Friday, Delta Gamma’s sorority is currently limited.
The international offices of both branches have selected the field. The Delta Upsilon and Delta Gamma international offices did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Saturday.
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The OU Fraternity and Sorority Programs and Services, and the Department of Student Behavior are conducting individual surveys of the Greek branch.
“Once the investigation is complete, the university will handle it appropriately,” the OU said in a statement.
The university did not answer questions about the reasons for the suspension of fraternity and the discipline of sorority.
Delta Upsilon landed in an emergency stop in 2018. All branch activities were suspended during the suspension period. OU Daily later reported that the fraternity chapter violated the university’s policy on haze and alcohol.
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This article was originally published in Oklahoman: OU’s fraternity was suspended and the schoolgirl club was disciplined as the investigation progressed.