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Dartmouth fraternity pleads guilty, fined for alcohol violations
Vaughan required the members to complete 300 hours of community service by Feb. 27, 2014, and laid out a number of conditions the fraternity must comply with moving forward.
The members must also accept education from counseling professionals on such matters as recognizing “the signs of intoxication,” according to the agreement.
The fraternity must identify a host from its midst who will be responsible for alcohol distribution at the gathering, and who will also “assess risk” during the event and summon help when needed.
The fraternity must also establish the position of “risk manager” for the house.
The agreement was signed by four Alpha Delta officers, including fraternity president Siegfried von Bonin and vice presidents Nate Davis and Ross Collins, according to records on file at the court, which show that the judge in separate actions suspended amounts of $7,500 and $1,800 for 18 months from the $15,000 fine. The college also paid a $3,600 penalty assessment. The file shows a receipt to the fraternity for paying a total of $9,300.
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