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Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority Under Investigation For Alleged Misconduct

Update, March 3: While the sorority is not on interim suspension, Zeta Tau Alpha is currently prohibited from hosting new member activities or social events, according to a Penn State spokesperson.

Citing an ongoing investigation into allegations of misconduct, Penn State officials declined to comment further. A spokesperson said Zeta Tau Alpha’s activity and event ban are pending the outcome of the investigation.

Original Story: Penn State’s Zeta Tau Alpha sorority is currently under investigation for unspecified “alleged misconduct,” according to a university official.

According to a university spokesperson, Zeta Tau Alpha’s national chapter reported the alleged incident, which occurred earlier this week, to Penn State’s Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life on Friday. Citing the active investigation, Penn State said it can’t disclose the nature of the sorority’s alleged misconduct.

“The University cannot disclose the nature of the incident, as we are actively investigating,” spokesperson Rachel Pell said via email.

For now, Penn State has not placed Zeta Tau Alpha on suspension. A full list of Penn State’s suspended or banned Greek chapters is available online.

We’ll update this post as more information becomes available.

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