Another fraternity was reprimanded, DSP has been disaffiliated.
The fraternity will appeal the decision.
“Our ultimate intent is to determine who is directly responsible for planning this gathering and hold them accountable for creating a safety threat to the participants and the community,” Dean of Students Jean DeCosta said.
Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) and Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) hosted parties last quarter that led to reported sexual assaults and were punished differently due to disparities between the cases and the fraternities’ histories of judicial violations.
AGR will be on probation until Dec. 6, 2015 unless appealed.
Cal Poly students work to cultivate a home for veterans and dependents on campus.
PIKE may appeal the suspension within 20 days to Vice President for Student Affairs, according to the release.
UCSB is marketing their “Keep it Safe, Keep it Local,” Halloween campaign through social media and advertisements.
Building 52 originally presented an opportunity to increase space for the Cross Cultural Centers, which includes the Gender Equity Center, Pride Center and MultiCultural Center.
After an end-of-school standoff between Cross Cultural Centers supporters and Cal Poly administrators over the future location of the center, the university has chosen to keep it in its current home inside the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU).
The University Police Department (UPD) and San Luis Obispo police department (SLOPD) are working together to investigate two sexual assaults that happened this past month, UPD Chief George Hughes said.