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Nearly All OSU Frats Suspended For Hazing Cleared To Resume Activities

Nearly all the 37 Ohio State University fraternities whose activities were suspended in November due to hazing and alcohol allegations have been cleared to resume recruitment and, in many cases, social events. 

The chapters are required to have school-approved plans for conducting activities safely, including committing to hazing prevention efforts and alcohol-free recruitment. One fraternity has since been suspended for three years.

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