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Frat's future unlikey

Last semester Chi Delta Omicron, one of the three fraternities at the University of La Verne was suspended for alleged hazing.

Today the fraternity is not recognized as an active fraternity on campus.

“In our estimation, they do not exist as an organization,” Associate Dean of Student Life Ruby Montaño-Cordova said.

The organization was accused of hazing during spring 2004 pledging.
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Posted October 21, 2005
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