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Tau Kappa Epsilon has been suspended for allegedly violating the University’s student code of conduct, following the release of screenshots depicting “inappropriate content” in the group’s TKE private chat, said Larry Lunsford, vice president of Student Affairs.
Former women’s basketball team captain Destin Feagin was arrested Monday, May 3 at 5 p.m. on charges of credit card fraud and petit theft.
Feagin’s arrest stems from allegations of taking a teammate’s One Card and spending close to $350 during the month of February. Feagin admitted to the unauthorized use of her teammate’s card, and her mother, Joi Nicholson, made a $350 payment to the student’s account on February 29.
“Based on the information gathered so far, head women’s basketball coach Marlin Chinn has been suspended, pending the outcome of the investigation.”
The MSA is asking for the listening device that was found in GC’s Serenity Room back from FIU Police after a year-long investigation has yielded no results.
The Muslim Student Association still doesn’t know who put a listening device in the carpet of a Graham Center room they use for prayer over a year ago. It released a statement on its Facebook page on March 11 to bring attention to the ongoing investigation.
Students who purchased stolen exam material last semester are avoiding the criminal process by taking an F in the course, sitting out this semester and speaking to freshman experience classes about the consequences of cheating.
Following Miami’s Art Basel week, the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum is now investigating the origin of a work credited to the late Cuban artist Carlos Alfonzo.