Rutgers bans fraternity, sorority house parties for rest of semester

Rutgers University has banned house parties at fraternities and sororities for the rest of the spring semester after several alcohol-related problems this school year, including

Rutgers University has banned all on-campus fraternity and

Rutgers University has banned all on-campus fraternity and sorority parties for the remainder of the spring semester. (April 7, 2015 12:47 PM)

Rutgers University has banned house parties at fraternities and sororities for the rest of the spring semester after several alcohol-related problems this school year, including the death of a student.

In a statement Monday, New Jersey's flagship state university said the move comes because "Rutgers takes seriously its commitment to maintaining a healthy and safe campus environment."

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