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She is accusing the school and the fraternity of “deliberate indifference” to excessive partying and sexual violence.Woman who says ex-Indiana frat boy raped her sues school, frat Some students who spoke to WTHR admit that partying is a problem at their school, but that not everyone in the Greek system are bad apples.Officials haven't found anyone who saw Hipps fall off the bridge Monday, sheriff's office spokesman Jimmy Watt said.Hipps, 19, was running with fellow Sigma Phi Epsilon members before dawn when he started falling behind, authorities said.Fraternity members noticed Hipps wasn't at breakfast and reported him missing to university police at p.m.His body was found under the bridge just west of campus a few hours later, according to deputies and university officials.The policy would allow campus police to conduct a search of a fraternity or sorority house without a warrant if they give 24 hours notice, unless they suspect imminent danger, in which case they could raid the building immediately.Prosecutors defend plea deal for alleged Indiana U rapist If a Greek house does not sign a contract agreeing to the new policy, they will lose their university affiliation and will be barred from participating in campus activities, according to WTHR.
Oconee County deputies said Wednesday that there is no evidence that Hipps' death was a result of hazing, but they are still trying to piece together what happened.Clemson University has suspended activities for all 24 of the student fraternities following reports ranging from alcohol abuse to sexual misconduct, days after a fraternity member died and was found in the water under a bridge, and four years after the university did virtually the same thing for similar problems The death of Tucker Hipps has not been tied to hazing, according to Oconee County Sheriff's deputies.Hipps was found in the water under a bridge after fraternity brothers said he fell behind on an early morning run.A cadet last year filed a complaint over gender and race-based harassment and hazing.When it comes to "high risk" activities, the Greek-life brotherhoods and sisterhoods are notorious."Fraternity and sorority members are more likely to be risk takers," said Jeri Cabot, College of Charleston dean of student affairs."They're troublesome on every college campus."The Clemson move comes, ironically, as campuses across the country take part in awareness campaigns for National Hazing Prevention Week.