The University of Kansas has suspended two fraternities for five years, after an investigation that accused of organizations of fostering a culture of hazing. Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta were told by KU Vice Provost for Student Affairs Tammara Durham, that they’ll be removed from KU’s campus until spring of 2027. The letter said the fraternities engaged in a pattern of hazing that included assaults, sleep deprivation, forced workouts, and retaliation for reporting the behavior to university officials.