Friday, August 31, 2007

Zeta Psi Gone at Syracuse

Closing the Chapter

By Patrick W. Connelly
, The Frat Boy News

There's a considerable difference this semester at Syracuse University as Zeta Psi fraternity is no longer a part of the campus.

After racking up a variety of offenses including illegal pledges, unregistered social events, alcohol problems and an incident of assault, Zeta Psi's national headquarters decided to shutdown the fraternity.

"Being in a fraternity, it would be like someone coming into your apartment, throwing a punch at your roommate and expecting your two roommates not to try and restrain him," said Nick Martin, the frat's last president, on the assault situation that may have pushed its national organization over the edge.

"The national organization made several attempts to work with Zeta Psi to overcome some of the behaviors that were causing the violations. And, in their own words, the attempts were unsuccessful," the university's interim Greek Life director said.

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