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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.
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Fraternity leaves campus after new policies are instated

A Texas State fraternity chapter has opted not to return to the Interfraternity Council after reviewing the administration's tightened rules. Following the November 2017 death...
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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...
Members of Phi Kappa Psi and students gather in the Quad for a candlelight vigil Nov. 15 to commemorate sophomore Matthew Ellis

A unified student body mourns the death of Matthew McKinley Ellis

Known for his love and support of all things tennis, and his light-hearted personality, students attended a candle lit vigil to remember Matthew McKinley...
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Texas State joins other universities in Greek suspensions

Texas State is the fourth university to suspended Greek Affairs due to student deaths. Some of those universities have legal battles being fought with...
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Student death under investigation

Update: April 24, 11:19 p.m. A Hays County grand jury has indicted a Texas State student in the alcohol-related death of a fraternity pledge whose...