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Alpha Chi ordered to ‘cease and desist’
The Alpha Chi Omega chapter on campus has been put on hold while the university investigates recent concerns, according to Associate Vice President for Public Relations John Morgan.
“The organization has been ordered to cease and desist its operation while the university investigates concerns about member behavior,” Morgan said.
Alpha Chi Omega national headquarters could not disclose information regarding the investigation, according to Marketing and Communications Director Janine Grover.
This is not the first time the Alpha Chi Omega chapter has been investigated. In the spring of 2012, the Alpha Chi Omega national headquarters looked into Quinnipiac’s chapter.
President of Alpha Chi Omega did not return The Chronicle’s request for comment.
The Alpha Chi Omega chapter on campus is now active after a cease and desist order was lifted on Jan. 29, said John Morgan, associate vice president of public relations.