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Cornell Suspends Frat Parties After Reports of Drugging, Sexual Assault


Cornell University has suspended all parties and social events hosted by fraternities after campus police said one student reported a sexual assault and another four reported their drinks being drugged, reports Jaclyn Diaz for NPR. The events all allegedly occurred at off-campus houses affiliated with the school’s fraternities where crime alerts from the Cornell University Police Department said  at least four students had their drinks roofied.

The student-led Interfraternity Council, which governs all council-recognized fraternities at Cornell, made the decision to temporarily suspend social events on Sunday following an emergency meeting.There are at least 30 council-recognized fraternities on campus.

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