University of Arizona fraternity banned for violations

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A University of Arizona fraternity has been banned after a string of violations that include underage drinking and hazing.

Phi Gamma Delta, better known as FIJI, received word Monday that the fraternity is no longer recognized by the university. The fraternity had been on interim suspension since July while university officials investigated numerous allegations, including claims that members withheld information from police after the death of a fraternity member.

A loss of recognition means the fraternity can't hold events or recruit on campus.

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