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Mizzou suspends fraternity activities after student taken to hospital

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The University of Missouri-Columbia has suspended all fraternity activities after an unresponsive student was taken to the hospital.

The student was found at a Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house where a party had been held. Several members were believed to have consumed significant amounts of alcohol, according to investigators.

The Phi Gamma Delta chapter at Mizzou also has been suspended temporarily as the investigation is conducted.

Read more from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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whumbyrd

What? College kids were consuming high levels of alcohol at a fraternity party? I wonder had they all had BLM and ANTIFA gear on while having a drunken, drugged up “peaceful protest” party if the administration would have disciplined them?

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