Clampdown on University of Michigan Fraternities After Reports of Sexual Misconduct and Alcohol Abuse

Friday, November 10, 2017
The New York Times

Parties and pledging activities at most of University of Michigan’s fraternities have been suspended, the university said on Friday, the latest in a wave of efforts across the country to tamp down on fraternity excesses leading to sexual misconduct, alcohol and drug abuse and deaths.

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