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Sigma Chi fraternity faces possible sanctions

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The Sigma Chi house is located at 1327 W. Kilbourn Ave. Photo by Rebecca Rebholz/ rebecca.rebholz@mu.edu

The Sigma Chi house is located at 1327 W. Kilbourn Ave. Photo by Rebecca Rebholz/ rebecca.rebholz@mu.edu

The Office of Student Development initiated a review of Sigma Chi fraternity’s Marquette chapter earlier this semester, according to Corey Lansing, assistant dean for student involvement in OSD.

The review was initiated in response to documented concerns of a possible violation of Intra Fraternity, university and chapter policies.

A student conduct hearing has been held and an appeal is currently under review. The nature of the alleged violations as well as the sanctions the fraternity may face have not been made public as of Monday night.

Marquette administrators declined to comment the allegations because of the confidential nature of the proceedings.

Sigma Chi fraternity members and Eric Eichelberger, the IFC president, also declined to comment.

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