In the News: University Suspends Six Fraternities After Drug Arrests

San Diego State University suspended six fraternities after an undercover investigation of a college drug ring led to the arrests of 75 students and the recovery of approximately $100,000 worth of drugs. The Theta Chi fraternity house was among nine locations raided by authorities, who found cocaine, Ecstasy and guns. The investigation was launched after a freshman sorority member died from a cocaine overdose last year. San Diego State President Steve Weber says that the university is committed to removing drugs from campus.

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