Continuing Coverage: FSU suspends all fraternities, sororities

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By: WCTV Eyewitness News

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- WCTV has continuing coverage on the indefinite suspension of all fraternities and sororities at Florida State University in the wake of a fraternity pledge's death.

Click on the links below for the latest details on this developing story:

  • Homecoming marches on without Greek life - As Florida State's annual homecoming parade marched down College Avenue on Friday, one aspect was noticeably missing-- Greek life.

  • FSU among multiple universities working towards change following student deaths - Florida State University is one of at least four schools reeling from incidents this year where students have died due to alcohol, hazing, or both.

  • FSU community holds vigil for Andrew Coffey - Hundreds gathered to remember Andrew Coffey, the Florida State University student and Pi Kappa Phi fraternity pledge who died earlier this month.

  • Family of FSU pledge speaks out in wake of his death - The family of Andrew Coffey, the Florida State University fraternity pledge who was found dead at an off-campus residence hall earlier this month, has released a letter to the public.

  • Pi Kappa Phi fraternity closes chapter at FSU - The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity has announced plans to revoke the charter for its chapter at Florida State University following the death of a fraternity pledge.

  • FSU Student Affairs placing focus on campus culture - Florida State University says the Greek organization suspension will remain in place as the school works to change the student culture on campus.

  • Dean of engineering school speaks on student's death - Murray Gibson, the Dean of FSU's College of Engineering, says the loss of civil engineering student Andrew Coffey is tough to handle.

  • Fallout for FSU Greek life continues - The fallout continues at Florida State University as Greek life is once again making headlines.

  • Second FSU fraternity member arrested on cocaine charge - Another Florida State University fraternity member has been arrested, accused of selling cocaine.

  • FSU fraternity member accused of cocaine trafficking - A Florida State University student is behind bars, accused of selling and trafficking cocaine.

  • FSU suspends all fraternities and sororities in wake of student's death - Florida State University President John Thrasher announced the indefinite suspension of all fraternity and sorority activities following the death of a student.

  • Tallahassee Police provide update on death of FSU student - The Tallahassee Police Department is continuing to investigate the death of Florida State University student, Andrew Coffey.