Investigation clears Alpha Kappa Psi of wrongdoing

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Tulane’s chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity underwent an investigation at the end of last week after a complaint of misconduct was filed with its national office, which conducted an investigation.

The investigation concluded that the chapter was not at fault and therefore would not be suspended and could resume normal activities. According to Heather Seaman, director of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, all complaints of actions potentially violating the code of conduct undergo a Tulane investigation. All Recognized Student Organizations are bound by both the policies of the university and the national policies of the respective organization.

According to the national office representative, the national chapter had no knowledge of a Tulane investigation.

AKPsi President Adar Livni declined to comment. 

An earlier version of this article incorrectly attributed information on Tulane not conducting an investigation to Seaman. The information should have been attributed to the Alpha Kappa Psi national office representative.