WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Officials of Kappa Sigma fraternity say the Wake Forest University chapter has been suspended from all activities because of inappropriate conduct.
The Winston-Salem Journal reports (http://bit.ly/18SsCTB) the suspension of the Delta Omega chapter came months after the fraternity was accused of vandalism and hazing.
School officials said the national leadership suspended the local chapter's charter after an investigation, a chapter review and a hearing. The national group decided in late November to revoke the Delta Omega charter because of "conduct unbecoming" a chapter, and for violations of the national Kappa Sigma code of conduct by the chapter and individual members.
The Wake Forest Kappa Sigma chapter has until Dec. 23 to appeal. But fraternity executive director Mitchell Wilson said it may not act as a fraternity in the meantime.