Major changes are happening to fraternities at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
By 2014, all UT fraternities will have a live-in house director as well as extra weekend security.
Students will be expected to maintain a 2.75 grade point average for fraternity membership.
A task force recommended the changes after a 20-year-old student was hospitalized for allegedly taking a “wine enema” last fall.
Two fraternity chapters have shut down since the event took place.
- Oct. 6, 2013: UT fraternities sanctioned 30 times since 2007
- Oct. 2, 2012: UT student says police alcohol enema report false
- Sept. 28, 2012: UT suspends frat in alcohol enema case until 2015
- Sept. 26, 2012: 12 cited with underage drinking at UT frat house
- Sept. 25, 2012: UT student back in class after alcohol poisoning
- Sept. 24, 2012: UT fraternity suspended after student hospitalized