Task force outlines Greek Life recommendations; hazing victim’s family says they’re not enough

LSU President F. King Alexander, left, speaks with task force members during the final Greek Life Task Force meeting on Wednesday.( Photo: Aurianna Cordero/LSU Daily Reveille)

By Abbie Shull, LSU Daily Reveille

After more than four months of deliberations following the hazing death of a pledge, LSU’s task force on Greek Life presented 28 recommendations for overseeing fraternities and sororities, including an amnesty policy and moving Greek tailgating to chapter houses.

LSU President F. King Alexander plans in March to bring the recommendations to a meeting of presidents of other universities. He said a number of universities plan to adopt similar policies.

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