TYLER – All activities of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at The University of Texas at Tyler have temporarily been suspended amid allegations of hazing. According to KETK, Justin Angotti, the fraternity’s assistant executive director for prevention & accountability, says, “Pi Kappa Phi recently received a report of alleged hazing by members of our Theta Pi Chapter at the University of Texas at Tyler. The Fraternity takes all allegations of hazing seriously and is working with the university to investigate the report. Chapter operations have been temporarily suspended during the investigation.” Lucas Roebuck, the vice president of marketing at UTT, released a statement saying in part that the university “is committed to student safety. All reports of impropriety by any student organization are taken seriously.” But he added, “The university does not comment on specific ongoing investigations.” We’ll have more on this story as it develops.