The university said they are handing the incidences over to the California attorney general.
McCarthy argues the greek community needs to work together to be role models on this campus.
Reichardt writes that serious soul-searching is needed to preserve and modernize fraternities.
Various organizations on campus put up a booth in solidarity against controversial issues at Cal Poly.
Cairns argues the actions of the Lambda Chi members involved in the blackface incident are protected by the First Amendment.
The suspension comes from allegations of an unregistered party in mid-September that may have violated “university recruitment and alcohol policies.”
The fraternity was placed on suspension because the chapter was reported to have held an unregistered party during late September.
[We] are aware that the acts of cultural appropriation have been hurtful to members of our community.