A University of Nebraska-Lincoln sorority has been suspended after a member complained of hazing.
The Sigma Lambda Gamma chapter was ordered by its national organization to suspend activities. It can resume activities in June if it complies with its national office.
The sorority was accused of forcing pledges to wear all black, do calisthenics and carry an egg at all times, as well as depriving them of sleep by requiring them to attend late night meetings, among other things.
The local chapter doesn't have a house, like many UNL fraternities and sororities. The suspension will prevent it from participating in Multicultural Greek Council events. The university also is investigating.
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