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OSU’s Phi Delta Theta suspended after drunken toga party

Corvallis filed charges against Oregon State University’s Phi Delta Theta after a toga party involving alcohol last week, according to the Register-Guard.

The fraternity is opposing 39 counts both of furnishing alcohol to minors and hosting a party for minors, according to the Corvallis Gazette-Times.

 A police report said two women were taken to a hospital because they drank too much after they attended the party.

OSU officials placed the fraternity under interim suspension and the International Fraternity Headquarters ordered OSU’s chapter to stop running during the investigation.

Students are allowed to still live at the fraternity house and attend classes.

The University of Oregon’s Phi Delta Theta chapter was also suspended last week.

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Olivia Decklar is a videographer for the Daily Emerald. You can catch her listening to Hamilton the Musical at full volume any day of the week.