PSU Frat Investigation Ends
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The Penn State Office of Student Conduct has completed its investigation of the now defunct university chapter of Beta Theta Pi in the death of Timothy Piazza. Officials said the results of in the investigation include the discovery that 19 students took a conduct withdraw before the conclusion of the investigation meaning they have left the university and must go through the disciplinary process if they decide to return to Penn State. Seven students were found to be in violation of the code of conduct and face disciplinary actions, and six were not charged. "Dangerous drinking and negative behavior within the Greek Life community are longstanding issues impacting campuses nationwide, and we have said, Enough is enough." This investigation is separate from the ongoing criminal proceedings in the death of Piazza. In the criminal cases, district attorney Stacy Parks Miller filed a motion Tuesday to have a preliminary hearing regarding the case as early as next week.