COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – The University of Missouri chapter of the Delta Upsilon fraternity will be suspended until at least the fall of 2018 for repeatedly violating fraternity and university policy and state law.
Delta Upsilon International announced the suspension Tuesday, citing incidents at three parties this semester. All operations of the Columbia chapter have stopped indefinitely and members are suspended.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the suspension is not related to a Sept. 27 incident at Delta Upsilon’s Columbia house when members of the Legion of Black Collegians reported people shouted racist and sexist slurs at them. The fraternity was temporarily suspended after that report.
The international group cited three infractions in late August and early September, and said the Missouri chapter then held two more events that violated its temporary suspension.