Three Frats Get Head Start and Are Already Suspended

Some students apparently haven't waited long to get themselves in hot water.

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School has barely started, and three of the University of New Mexico's six fraternities are already in trouble. Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Sigma, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon have each been suspended by the university's dean of students for separate reasons, which include "incidents ranging from alcohol violations to rape allegations that happened in and around the houses," the Daily Lobo reports.

"This is an unprecedented set of circumstances that I've never seen in my career here," says the dean of students. —Alison Go