Another fraternity at the University of Missouri has been shut down after allegations of hazing and violations of alcohol policies.
FarmHouse International Fraternity announced the closure today [Tuesday] in a news realease.
The statement indicated the closure was due to a joint investigation with the fraternity and the University. It said the organization “will not tolerate this kind of behavior.”
FarmHouse International Fraternity CEO, Christian Wiggins said “The chapter’s actions, including failing to adhere to the national organization’s hazing and alcohol policies, were in direct contradiction to FarmHouse values and our code of conduct.”