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December 11, 2013 2:43 PM

'Colonial Bros and Nava-hos' party didn't violate campus policies, Cal Poly finds

Cal Poly’s review of a controversial Nov. 16 fraternity party has revealed that no campus policies were violated, but the university will seek multiple ways to address concerns about sensitivity and diversity awareness.

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