Ball State fraternity activity suspension ends

MUNCIE, Ind. -- The months-long suspension of Ball State University's fraternity parties and social events has ended.

All 13 fraternities were barred from hosting any social events after a "pattern of different types of events not consistent with Ball State's standards," such as reported sexual assaults and alcohol issues.

The decision was made by the university in late October.

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In the three months since the suspension was announced, fraternity members attended training sessions about their behavior.

None of the Ball State fraternities closed, but at least seven Indiana fraternities have closed since 2005.

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