Officials say the path of the fraternity's eventual closure was recognized in 2018 after an investigation into incidents of hazing and alcohol consumption.
The $1 million lawsuit says UA and other entities failed in providing proper supervision to prevent hazing on campus and keeping students safe.
The claim seeks $1 million over the injured suffered during alleged hazing at Theta Chi fraternity.
One student was arrested in connection.
This year, the council gave $30,000.
Lawsuit stems from events at party where sorority member became intoxicated.
School says some new members suffered "welts and bruising."
A University of Arizona fraternity accused of drugging a film star’s drink has decided to ban booze at frat-house parties.
A local fraternity is on thin ice with the University of Arizona after the brothers’ booze-fueled antics with the star of “Jackass” were captu…
Another University of Arizona fraternity has been felled by one party too many.
A troublesome frat house at the University of Arizona will cause trouble no more: Its charter has been revoked.
A 17-year-old girl had to be taken by cab to University Medical Center for possible alcohol poisoning. Security told police she showed up to the party already drunk. Her mom told police she and the girl were on campus looking into the UA as a possible school for her.