Phi Kappa Theta fraternity on the Hill. The fraternity can resume new member education once it discusses the circumstances with the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. (Kerry Mallett/B&W Photo)

Phi Kappa Theta fraternity can resume new member education after contacting OFSA

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Update: Phi Kappa Theta fraternity can resume new member education activities once it contacts the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, according to the Lehigh Greeks blog.

All new member education activities have been suspended for Phi Kappa Theta, according to the Lehigh Greeks blog.

The suspension of new member education activities — which went into effect March 30 — will last while the university does an investigation into alleged “repeated and credible anonymous hazing reports.” The blog stated that no member of Phi Kappa Theta can make contact with any new members during the length of the suspension.

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