2nd MSU Fraternity Accepts Sanctions Over Drinking
A Montana State University fraternity has accepted permanent sanctions after a woman reported she was sexually assaulted by two men in a bedroom at the Sigma Chi fraternity house in September.
MSU Dean of Students Matt Caires says Sigma Chi accepted the same sanctions as the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter did earlier this month. Pi Kappa Alpha was sanctioned after woman reported she thought she was drugged and assaulted during a September party at the fraternity house.
Under the agreements, all fraternity members are required to undergo sexual assault prevention training; no hard liquor can be consumed on fraternity property, but beer and wine are still allowed; and beginning next fall, the fraternities have agreed to have several members remain sober during gatherings to make sure guests get home safely.