Washington University’s chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has been ordered to halt operations, according to a statement released by the fraternity’s headquarters Wednesday.
On Oct. 31, Chapter Services Director–West of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Joshua D. Hodnichak, issued the following statement to Student Life:
The Missouri Beta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity has been issued an order by the National Fraternity to halt operations. In addition, Washington University in St. Louis has temporarily suspended its recognition of the chapter pending the outcome of an investigation into significant violations of University and Fraternity policies which came to light as part of an investigation by the Washington University Police Department. The University and Sigma Phi Epsilon will make no further comment until the investigation is completed.