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one Fraternity Life fish killer goes to jail after failing to perform community service.

one Fraternity Life fish killer goes to jail after failing to perform community service. One of the Fraternity Life: Santa Cruz koi killers is in jail after showing up to his community service only once, and after attending just one of the 50 court-ordered Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Casey Loop, who the Mercury News identifies as …

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universities see increased admissions after Fraternity Life, Sorority Life.

universities see increased admissions after Fraternity Life, Sorority Life. Both the University of California at Davis, and the University of Buffalo, hosts to Sorority Life, Fraternity Life and Sorority Life 2 respectively, had an increase in prospective students applying to the school after the shows aired. “MTV’s Fraternity Life may have helped the New York …

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Fraternity Life fish killers get probation, community service but not jail time.

Fraternity Life fish killers get probation, community service but not jail time. Instead of going to jail, Matthew Cox and Casey Loop will each perform hundreds of hours of community service, attend AA meetings, and serve five years of probation for their killing of a university koi fish during the taping of Fraternity Life: Santa …

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MTV’s Sorority Life led sororites to not “cooperate with … the media.”

MTV’s Sorority Life led sororites to not “cooperate with … the media.” In Alexandra Robbins’ new book Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities, she reveals that MTV’s Sorority Life had a bigger impact than one may have suspected. Attempting to get permission to hang around a sorority house, Robbins was told by a sorority’s national …

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fish killing Fraternity Life 2 member pleads no contest; pledges also charged.

fish killing Fraternity Life 2 member pleads no contest; pledges also charged. One of the two UCSC fraternity members charged with killing and grilling and eating a decades-old koi plead guilty “to grand theft and vandalism” Friday. Matthew Cox now “faces a possible two years in County Jail on the misdemeanor charges,” according to the …

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university won’t discipline one fish killer, but both still face trial, possible jail time.

university won’t discipline one fish killer, but both still face trial, possible jail time. UC-Santa Cruz has dropped disciplinary action against one of the two fraternity brothers who killed one of the campus’ 50-something-year-old koi fish. The fish killing, which resulted in the expulsion of the fraternity from campus but was not featured on Fraternity …

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