SDSU suspends fraternity after student needs medical attention

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SAN DIEGO — San Diego State University placed a fraternity on interim suspension Friday as it investigates an incident that allegedly involved a fraternity house.

SDSU spokeswoman La Monica Everett-Haynes confirmed Saturday that it was the school’s Kappa Alpha chapter. In a statement, the university said it is “investigating the report of an individual who required medical assistance after being present at a fraternity house near the campus.”

“We are looking into this and will be glad to report back when there are more facts known,” national representatives for Kappa Alpha told FOX 5.

University officials would not confirm when the alleged incident occurred or any further details, but they did say they’ve reached out to the person involved and their family to offer support and resources.

“The health and well-being of all members of the campus community is of utmost importance to San Diego State University,” the email statement said.

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