LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) The University of Kansas has unblocked limited information about two fraternities that were placed on probation for hazing.
But the Lawrence Journal-World reports that most of the information it sought when it initially requested documents from the school in October remains redacted. The paper raised concerns in December about the redactions with an open records appeal.
The university responded by provided a slightly less-redacted version of one of the five documents initially given to the newspaper. But the newspaper reported that all information remains hidden about the nature and severity of hazing behaviors by the Delta Tau Delta and Phi Beta Sigma fraternities. The fraternities have said some members have been disciplined.
The university says it met its obligation under the law to provide information without compromising student privacy.