Tonight, Kappa Sigma lost its housing for next year.
Campus officials originally placed Kappa Sigma on alcohol and party suspension last October after the fraternity was accused of violating Stanford’s Controlled Substances and Alcohol Policy. The event in question occurred during New Student Orientation, a “dry” week. However, though the Stanford chapter kept its charter after the Kappa Sigma national conference, the fraternity still had to pass a University review process.
Kappa Sig will remain on campus until the end of the academic year. There is an appeals process that, according to a former president of the fraternity, Kappa Sig “fully intends to pursue.”