HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WOWK) – Marshall University has lifted the cease-and-desist order against one of its sororities after a recent investigation concluded there is insufficient evidence to support allegations of illegal drug use and hazing.
The order was issued earlier this month to the Delta Upsilon chapter of Delta Zeta amid allegations of illegal drug use and hazing.
At the time of the investigation, Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert said in a statement, “The safety and well-being of our students is my top priority. An internal investigation by Marshall’s student conduct office has officially started.”
All rights and responsibilities of the Delta Upsilon chapter of Delta Zeta at Marshall University have been returned.
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