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Cornell University has restored its official recognition of its Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity chapter after an interim suspension was imposed on Feb. 2, the Cornell Daily Sun reported on Friday.

The chapter is permitted to resume normal business except for social activities and hosting of guests.

The case against the chapter is still being reviewed by the school's Greek Judicial Board. On Feb. 1, Ithaca police officers responded to a report of an alleged sex offense at the chapter's temporary residence, although the exact cause of the offense remains unknown.

Cornell also recently lifted its suspension on the Psi Upsilon fraternity chapter over an alleged incident involving alcohol and drug use. In that case, a Psi Upsilon representative called the charges “false and defamatory.”

The Psi Upsilon chapter was also founded guilty of violating Cornell's anti-hazing policy in 2011. It was placed on a disciplinary probation that lasted for one year, maintained four weeks of social probation and was required to go through a new member education program.

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