TCU Frat Gets Shut Down

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FORT WORTH - The semester barely started and TCU administrators have shut down the Beta Theta chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.  According to TCU360, a student run news website, it all stems from the "culture of the chapter."

In an email from the chapters president to his members, there were problems with hazing and drinking  just to name a couple, not to mention the fact that a former resident assistant who was living in the frat-house with, "drugs, guns, and alcohol." One TCU student said, "It`s not really shocking I feel it was kind of inevitable. But I am glad they found out and they stopped it."

The punishment dulled out by the university won't be permanent, but is expected to last 1-2  years.