iversity of Kansas officials are investigating a possible fraternity hazing incident that left a student seriously injured.
The freshman student, whose name has not been released, suffered head injury after jumping into a shallow pool at Phi Gamma Deltaâ€™s off-campus fraternity last week.
The university put the fraternity on interim suspension while officials investigate.
â€œThe university absolutely will not tolerate hazing of any kind,â€ said Marlesa Roney, the vice provost for student success. â€œSuch violations of human dignity are always