Penn State will require all members of Pi Kappa Alpha's house to get tested for the coronavirus on Sunday, August 23.
Penn State received reports saying the fraternity hosted a social that depicted a large gathering without masks or social distancing.
Penn State may take disciplinary action against frats and sororities that host socials and gatherings this fall.
Currently, there's no timetable for when restrictions might be lifted.
The chapter originally claimed Penn State violated its federal rights to due process and engaged in conspiracy and fraud. The lawsuit sought unspecified damages.
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