Fraternity permanently disbanded from the University of Michigan following drunken rampage at ski resort

Fraternity permanently disbanded from the University of Michigan following drunken rampage at ski resort

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Fraternity permanently disbanded from the University of Michigan following drunken rampage at ski resort

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The fraternity that went full Animal House on a Michigan ski resort has been permanently disbanded from the University of Michigan. Recent estimates of the damage done to the resort have reached 100K. 

“It is regrettable that these vandals, as well as the officers of the chapter, decided that avoiding personal accountability and/or university sanctions took priority over the welfare of the entire chapter; their lack of cooperation led to the university’s withdrawal of recognition of the entire chapter for a four-year period. Sigma Alpha Mu worked in cooperation with university officials and regretfully agreed with their request to close the chapter,” executive director Leland Manders wrote in a statement.

The statement said all members have been placed on alumni status and some face disciplinary action from “various authorities.”

The University of Michigan is still waiting for information from the police on individuals who might have been involved. No disciplinary proceedings have yet been started against any individuals.

Sorority Sigma Delta Tau was placed on a two-year disciplinary suspension because its members “stood by at Treetops Resort and allowed others to vandalize the facility,” according to the U-M sanctions.

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