Pi Kappa Alpha Won't Revoke CSU Charter after Drinking Party

Fort Collins, Colo. (AP) _ The national headquarters of pi kappa alpha fraternity says it will not revoke the charter of its Fort Collins chapter, even though colorado state university is withdrawing official recognition of the group for at least seven years. The school said september eighth that it was stripping Pi Kappa alpha of its status as a student organization -- one week after early-morning binge drinking parties called ``rise and ralph, involving several greek organizations. Pi kappa alpha was the most-severely punished of the groups. Executive director eric wulf of the memphis-based fraternity says punishing an entire chapter with no formal charges or hearing is not a proper educational response -- and that withdrawing recognition does not address personal accountability.

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