Fraternity suspended following 24-keg party

Fraternity suspended following 24-keg party

http://1conn.com/?binarforexar=برامج-تداول-الاسهم-عبر-الانترنت By Hailey Heinz

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اسعار سوق الذهب متجدد بالساعات في السعوديه Northeastern has placed the fraternity on administrative suspension pending an investigation.

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follow site On Oct. 15 at 10:12 p.m., police were called to PGP’s fraternity house, a Victorian mansion valued at nearly $2 million according to public records. The call came from the neighboring Ronald McDonald House, a non-profit organization that houses cancer patients and their families.

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متى موعد بيع اسهم بوان The police report described the rest of the scene:

ثنائي الخيار الروبوت مفتاح نسخة للمحترفين “There was an alcohol punch bowl in a gray plastic barrel that contained a yellow wiffle ball bat used to mix the drinks. Also in the basement there were electrical wires going through puddles of liquid at the base of the stairs. There was a smell of urine throughout the basement.”

الخيارات الثنائية النظام التجاري striker9 The report recounts a scene of disarray, including leaking pipes, empty liquor bottles and frightened party-goers.

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سوق الاسهم التداولي PGP came under close scrutiny in 1998 for hazing a pledge so severely he had to seek medical treatment. According to 1998 Quincy Patriot Ledger and Boston Globe newspaper reports, the hazing involved severe paddling on the buttocks, which left bruises the pledge later showed to a university resident assistant. The pledge did not press charges, but Northeastern suspended seven of the students involved.

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jobba hemifrån enkelt The university also suspended the fraternity indefinitely, which meant they could not accept pledges or hold social events. The suspension was lifted in fall 2000, said Laura Parrillo, assistant director of student leadership and Greek advisor.

In connection with the same offense, Brookline selectmen suspended the fraternity’s lodging license for three months, which meant only three people could live there. That suspension was later extended indefinitely, because there were reports of fraternity brothers firing BB guns at the neighboring Ronald McDonald House.

Relations between PGP and its neighbors have been strained in recent years, although Andy Richards, executive director of the Ronald McDonald House, said it hasn’t always been that way.

“In the past we’ve had good relationships with the guys, but not in the past several years,” Richards said. “There doesn’t seem to be a lot of sensitivity toward what our families are going through … no one wants to hear people fighting at 2 a.m. Our families just don’t need that right now in their lives.”

Other troubles have spotted the fraternity’s history. In 2003, The Northeastern News crime log reported an incident at a PGP party in which a young woman claimed she was sexually harassed.

The entry, dated Oct. 3, stated an 18-year-old female student reported she was followed into a room by a few men, groped and inappropriately touched while she was at a party hosted by PGP. The student also reported beer was thrown on her while in the room, and she believed fraternity brothers were involved.

Because of incidents over the years, PGP has acquired a negative reputation in the eyes of some students, including members of other fraternities.

“PGP has been the exception and not the rule when it comes to Greek life on campus,” said John Guilfoil, brotherhood chair of Kappa Sigma and executive vice president for student affairs of the Student Government Association. “I’m very disheartened to hear that they’ve started out the year with trouble for the rest of us.”

A Greek enigma

On the Interfraternity Council Web site, which includes descriptions of all Northeastern fraternities, PGP is the only fraternity that does not include a crest of arms or contact info. Their group description also does not list a theme or mission, as most of the others do.

“Initially our fraternity was composed of top-notch engineering students, but through the years we have evolved into an organization comprised of individuals who differ in the specific studies here at our illustrious university,” the description states.

PGP is also not part of any larger fraternity. While other fraternities on campus are chapters of national organizations, PGP exists only at Northeastern.

The university has yet to determine what future repercussions for PGP will be. In a written statement, Parrillo, who advises Greek life on campus, said, “We are aware of an incident that happened concerning the Phi Gamma Pi Fraternity on the weekend of Oct. 14 -16. Based on judicial protocol within the Greek system, PGP has been placed on Administrative Suspension pending an investigation of the incident.”

Parrillo said “administrative suspension” means the fraternity must temporarily stop operations until the Greek Council can decide on sanctions. Parrillo declined to comment on whether the university will try harsher sanctions than suspension in light of PGP’s history.

“I can’t comment on that by the sheer fact that the last time they got in trouble I wasn’t here,” Parrillo said. “I only know what’s in the files.” –>

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