TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – The president of the Florida State University, says he has no timetable for reinstatement of Greek activities on the campus, which were suspended in November after the death of a fraternity pledge.
In an interview with The Associated Press, John Thrasher says he will evaluate the suggestions from the many groups and hopes to have more definitive ideas about how to proceed by the end of January.
Thrasher suspended all Greek activities on campus Nov. 6, three days after the death of Andrew Coffey, a 20-year-old junior, who is a pledge at Pi Kappa Phi.
Since Florida State announcement, Texas State, Ohio State and Michigan have also issued suspensions of the Greek activities, either as a result of a student death or incidents involving fraternities and sororities. Florida State’s fall semester is the end of this week.