Phi Sigma Kappa and Sigma Alpha Mu fraternities had not been allowed to host events.
L.A. Superior Court rejected that USC’s policy violated constitutional rights.
This discipline measure follows the suspension of four other fraternities this school year.
After being suspended Friday, Phi Sigma Kappa cannot host events or fundraisers.
Sigma Alpha Mu and Phi Sigma Kappa were put on interim suspension Friday.
The policy will prevent incoming freshmen from rushing during their first semester at the University.
Posters at the party depicted phrases such as “For the Culture” and “Jemimah.”
Photos from the party show posters, graffiti with racially charged phrases.
In response to criticism for lack of diversity, the Greek community is working to battle the image of exclusivity.
A woman sued a USC fraternity chapter and an event-planning company Tuesday, claiming she suffered severe head injuries when a drone that was being used to photograph attendees at the fraternity party fell last fall. The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit lists Pi Kappa Phi and Perfect Event Inc. as the defendants, according to the […]