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Greek Suspension

On Nov. 13, Matthew Ellis was found dead in an apartment complex off campus. Following the news, President Denise Trauth suspended Greek Affairs on Nov. 14.

Greek Suspension

Home News Greek Suspension
On Nov. 13, Matthew Ellis was found dead in an apartment complex off campus. Following the news, President Denise Trauth suspended Greek Affairs on Nov. 14.

Greek life expected to return in March

Texas State Greek life organizations are expected to fully return to campus March 1, following a four-month-long suspension. The Division of Student Affairs confirmed the...
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President Trauth suspends Greek Affairs

Following reports of a student death being investigated by the San Marcos Police Department, President Denise Trauth issued the following email Tuesday to faculty,...
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Interfraternity Council issues statement on Greek suspsension

Following the suspension of Greek Affairs, the Texas State Interfraternity Council issued the following statement on the death of Matt Ellis and President Trauth’s...
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Task force forms to review Greek Affairs governance

A committee consisting of 31 faculty, staff, advisors, alumni and students have formed to conduct the review of Greek Affairs governance, following the death...
UAC building on Texas State campus Jan. 25.

Greek life chapters face stronger polices and regulations

Greek life will be facing new regulations concerning social events, recruitment and more on its return. No registered social events with alcohol will be allowed...

A year after Ellis’ death, his family, and Texas State, are still trying to...

Back home, Ellis' memory is well kept by family and friends Matt Ellis looked forward to coming to Texas State and joining a fraternity when...