The Band has been suspended through spring 2017 and ordered to cease all on- and off-campus activity.
In the wake of Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s losing an appeal of the University’s decision to revoke its housing, The Daily took a look at the recent history of fraternity evictions.
After considering an appeal filed by the fraternity, Stanford University upheld the suspension of on-campus housing privileges for Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) during the next two academic years, according to a statement from the University released this morning.
Palo Alto High School and East Palo Alto Academy suspension rates are significantly lower than the national average, which, according to recent data from the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) disproportionately affects male students and disenfranchised minority groups.
Campus officials have put housed fraternity Kappa Sigma on provisional alcohol and party suspension for conduct and possible policy violations during New Student Orientation, according to Nate Boswell, associate director of Residential Education (ResEd) on the Row.