University of Missouri bans Sigma Pi fraternity from campus

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Jesse Hall and the Columns on the campus of the University of Missouri on November 11, 2005 in Columbia, Missouri. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

COLUMBIA, Mo. –University of Missouri announced Thursday that they have decided to banned the Sigma Pi fraternity for good.

The fraternity was suspended for a decade back in May after reports of hazing and minors drinking alcohol.

According to the university, the fraternity, even though suspended, was still acting like they were in operation.

In November, the university withdrew its recognition of the Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity for five years for violations of several of the school’s standards of conduct.

In early December, the university’s Delta Upsilon fraternity will be suspended until at least the fall of 2018 for repeatedly violating fraternity and university policy and state law.