Florida State University pledge's death sparks investigation, suspension of fraternity

Posted November 07, 2017

"We've got a serious problem", President John Thrasher said. Thrasher also banned alcohol at all student organization events during the suspension.

The university has more than 700 organizations outside the campus' Greek life.

During the suspension, fraternity and sorority chapters at FSU will not be allowed to hold new member events, meetings, tailgates, or events such as socials or retreats. "We do not yet have details surrounding the passing today of student Andrew Coffey, but we will work closely with the Tallahassee Police Department as it investigates to determine the facts surrounding this case". "They will have to participate in the solution", Thrasher said. The Democrat reports 22 percent of FSU undergraduates, nearly 7,600 students, belong to a Greek organization during this school year.

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First responders found a pledge to Florida State University's Pi Kappa Phi fraternity dead the morning after an off-campus party this week.

Police arrived at the home on Buena Vista Drive shortly after 10:30 a.m. Friday and found Coffey unresponsive.

The press release said the university's Division of Student Affairs will create and implement new measures in collaboration with students and other stakeholder groups. He eventually died at the scene.

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Coffey graduated from Pompano Beach High School in 2015.

On Friday, investigators removed scattered alcohol bottles around the porch as evidence.

The fraternity's national office suspended the FSU chapter's operations following his death, according to the Sun-Sentinel, quoting Todd Shelton, a spokesman for Pi Kappa Phi. Check back for updates.

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