BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Officials say a fraternity at the University of Indiana has lost its charter due to alcohol, hazing and other violations.
University spokesman Chuck Carney says Kappa Sigma's governing body yanked the charter. Current members can live in the house until the end of the semester.
Carney says the university supports the decision of Kappa Sigma's national office. Radio station WFIU reports that a banner hanging on the fraternity house says, "Olympus Has Fallen."
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