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Penn investigates death at frat house New Year's Eve-1/7/11


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Lower Makefield's Matt Crozier victim of fatal fall-1/7/11


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Penn fraternity suspended in light of student's fatal fall-2/8/11


University of Pennsylvania Penn, Phi Kappa Sigma implicated in lawsuit-9/19/12 Article
  Family awarded $3M in frat party death-12/4/12 Article

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Does this need to happen? Alcohol culture persists despite law aimed to prevent-see more.

Matt lost his life after falling 30 feet between floors at a New Year's Eve party inside a University o Pennsylvania fraternity house.  Matt, a student of John Carroll University, was visiting a friend.  Alcohol was found in the house the night of Matt's death, despite the fraternity's self-promotion as a dry chapter.

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