Clemson suspends Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

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The Clemson University hearing board has suspended Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for five years for alleged violations of the student organization conduct code, the school announced on Wednesday. The decision is not final and is subject to appeal. No appeal has been made at this time.

The fraternity was the organization that Tucker Hipps pledged while at Clemson. The 19-year-old fell from a bridge and died during a run with his fraternity brothers in September 2014.

The University said that the investigation is not criminal.

Crimestoppers of Greenville is offering a $2000 dollar reward for information related to the death of Clemson student Tucker Hipps. Call 1-888-CRIME-SC or text in your info to 274637.

NOTE: You do not have to give your name and all tips are anonymous.

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