KENT -- For the second time this past school year, a Kent State University fraternity has been suspended for hazing.
Sigma Tau Gamma received a 3-year ban on all campus activities, following a university investigation, according to KSU spokesman, Eric Mansfield.
The suspension took effect about 3 weeks ago, but Mansfield had no other details on the hazing allegations, including whether they involved physical and/or mental abuse, or if anyone was injured.
Sigma Tau Gamma joins Kappa Alpha Psi under a 3-year suspension for violating the university's "zero tolerance" policies on hazing. Kappa Alpha Psi received notification of immediate suspension last October.
The fraternities will not be able to function as a student organization and will not be able to participate in campus Greek life activities through the duration of their suspensions.
More details on the most recent hazing investigation will be available next week, according to Mansfield.