Another New Hampshire Fraternity Suspended

Seven people were arrested following alcohol-related hospitalizations.

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The Phi Mu Delta fraternity at the University of New Hampshire has been suspended after seven students associated with the organization were arrested and charged with alcohol offenses Friday night, the New Hampshire reports.

The arrests, for unlawful/internal possession of alcohol, occurred after several people received medical attention for alcohol poisoning. Five of those arrested were fraternity members while two were students who received bids from the group.

The Phi Mu Delta suspension comes less than a week after the Sigma Beta fraternity was suspended following a drug raid that led to the arrests of nine members.