Va. Tech sorority kicked off campus
Virginia Tech has removed a sorority from campus because of several incidents of alcohol consumption inside the chapter’s house.
The university has denied recognition of the Delta Zeta chapter for two years.
The incidents violate an in-house alcohol ban set by Delta Zeta’s national sorority as well as the university.
Virginia Tech officials say the violations occurred over the last couple years, with the latest incident reported in January.
Assistant director of student conduct Byron Hughes said Monday that sorority members living in the house can stay there until the end of the school year. Virginia Tech’s campus housing division administers leases for Delta Zeta and the 11 other sorority houses.
A representative of Delta Zeta’s national office didn’t return a phone message.
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