Freeze reversed for KU fraternity activities

All social events had been suspended for 24 fraternities

March 16, 2018 - 12:38 pm

Lawrence, KS - The 'freeze' has been lifted four days after The University of Kansas Interfraternity Council voted to suspend all social activites of its 24 fraternities.

The council found last night that the freeze was unconstitutional according to the group's bylaws as only two of the four executive board members voted for it.

All four have now been suspended from the council.

According to a release, the freeze policy issued Monday will be replaced by a new program, which has been discussed and proposed by the IFC General Assembly.

At the heart of the issue is the closing of one fraternity due to health and safety issues, and the suspension of two others due to reports of hazing.

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