California State University at Chico on Thursday suspended all Greek activities, following the alcohol-related death of a student, The Chico Enterprise Record reported. Discussing the incident, President Paul Zingg told a gathering of fraternity and sorority leaders that students don't get "a free pass" for allowing a student to drink 21 shots on his 21st birthday, and "pass out in his vomit."
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