Following hazing investigation, Bison Chips suspended for two years

Elizabeth Worthington, News Editor

The University’s all-male a capella group, the Bison Chips, was recently suspended for two years. The suspension comes after allegations of hazing were investigated and confirmed to be true by the University. 

According to Dean of Students Amy Badal, the University received information suggesting members of the group were involved in hazing and other high-risk behavior. Through investigation, such conduct was confirmed.

The University outlines its policy on hazing in the University Student Handbook. Hazing is explicitly prohibited in the policy and is defined according to Pennsylvania law, by which it may constitute a misdemeanor crime.

The Bison Chips declined to comment for this article.

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