Alumni of the Tau Epsilon Phi are suing the national organization, claiming that it is making unreasonable demands on chapters and refusing to hold national elections, The New York Times reported. The number of chapters has shrunk by about two-thirds during the tenure of the current executive director, who declined to talk to the Times about the lawsuit. A judge last week ordered a new election for the organization.
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