ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) — Cornell University has announced the temporary suspension of fraternity parties after a student reported being sexually assaulted Sunday and four others were reportedly drugged at off-campus housing in recent weeks, university leaders said, this week.

All of the incidents occurred at residences affiliated with registered fraternities, according to a statement to students, Monday, by President Martha Pollack and Vice President Ryan Lombardi.

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Jimzan 2.0

Public Schools and Colleges (most not all) have become Activist Cesspools. Private schooling, or home schooling, and trade schools will get you farther in life....with less debt.

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