Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner suspended Pitt’s Sigma Chi chapter after a student was hospitalized Thursday because of a “serious alcohol incident.”Pitt spokesperson Joe Miksch confirmed Tuesday that the fraternity allegedly involved in the alcohol incident had been suspended, but he wouldn’t confirm it was Sigma Chi. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Tuesday that Sigma Chi’s national office said Pitt’s chapter was suspended.
Marchers gather outside the City County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh before the 2018 Women's March. (Photo by John Hamilton / Managing Editor)Thousands of Pittsburghers congregated at the City-Council Building Downtown Sunday, carrying signs supporting women’s rights, wearing “pussy hats” and gathering support for local candidates.
Dean of Students Kenyon Bonner put Greek life on social probation after a “serious alcohol incident,” he said in a letter to fraternity and sorority presidents Friday. “The circumstances surrounding this incident are extremely concerning and disappointing,” Bonner said. Greek organizations are not permitted to serve alcohol while the incident is being investigated, according to the letter.
@RyanDeto I don't read it as her saying bike lanes cause gentrification, but that bike lanes in Pittsburgh are being built in gentrified areas, which seems accurate to me.
But I agree with your point that more bike lanes in minority communities would be great.
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