Frat pulls out of UH until 2019 after hazing fiasco

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HOUSTON, TX - It`s bye-bye Sigma Chi at the University of Houston.

In March, the University of Houston suspended the Sigma Chi fraternity, along with five students, after disturbing allegations of hazing were reported within the fraternity.

Sigma Chi International decided to close up shop at UH until the year 2019, when all the current undergrad frat brothers have graduated.

In a statement on their website, Sigma Chi says the current members were “…not living up to the values of the organization.”

At the frat house on Calhoun, some brothers were still at the house, but weren`t talking.

In a statement in March, the University of Houston said their police department had handed their investigation off to the Harris County District Attorney, and the D.A.`s office had no update on whether any charges have been filed.

Either way, frat justice was quick, and there will be one less group of Greeks rushing on UH campus next year.

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