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University of Missouri fraternity suspended

Another University of Missouri fraternity has been suspended, bringing the total to seven.

MU spokesman Christian Basi said Friday that Sigma Chi had been temporarily suspended pending the results of an investigation, but said he could not go into the details of the investigation.

Six other fraternities at MU are currently suspended, according to the university’s fraternity and sorority life webpage. Those fraternities are Farmhouse, Kappa Alpha Order, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Sigma Pi.

Sigma Chi had been on disciplinary probation for violation of campus regulations, including rules governing alcohol use. The probation was set to expire in December.

The Sigma Chi national website lists the local chapter as having 163 members and 41 pledges.

Probation means Sigma Chi cannot participate in university activities.

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