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07 November 2017, 12:52 | Floyd Cook
FSU Fraternity Suspended After Student Dies at Off-Campus Party
Florida State University has indefinitely suspended all fraternities and sororities at the school after a fraternity member from Broward died following an off-campus party. "There must be a new culture, and our students must be full participants in creating it", Thrasher said in a statement. Police said there were indicators that alcohol may have been a factor, but authorities were waiting for the results of an autopsy before determining a cause of death.
Thrasher has also banned alcohol at all registered student organization events during the indefinite suspension. After the February hazing death of 19-year old Timothy Piazza, Penn State suspended fraternities and sororities from holding social activities during the spring semester. "Unfortunately we've got to take steps with our students, to make sure this never happens again".
The student, Andrew Coffey, was found unresponsive at about 10:25 a.m.at a home on Buena Vista Drive, Tallahassee police said.
Florida State University has announced a ban on all fraternities and sororities following the death of a student at a house party on Friday. Twenty-two percent of the school's 7,588-student population make up the Greek community, the site notes. "They will have to participate in the solution". Coffey was a civil engineering major from Pompano Beach. Pi Kappa Phi has faced disciplinary action numerous times over the last five years, the Sun-Sentinel reports, including for alcohol violations.
Police collected beer bottles from the porch as evidence, the Tallahassee Democrat reported. Check back for updates.
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