UA removes fraternity over assault, hazing allegations - Tucson News Now

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UA removes fraternity over assault, hazing allegations

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The University of Arizona has removed the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity local chapter due to multiple violations of the school's code of conduct.

According to a UA news release, the local chapter has been accused of hazing, assaulting a pledge, and providing alcohol to minors.

Tucson News Now checked on the Alpha Sigma Phi house and found it to be trashed with empty boxes of beer and food wrappers along with cigarette butts and broken furniture.

Tucson News Now's Maria Hechanova spoke with someone who lives nearby and he said the home doesn't usually look like it does now.

One student has been arrested in connection with the alleged assault.

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