Boulder police will continue their investigation Monday into the death of a fraternity member at the University of Colorado.
Eighteen year-old Lynn Gordon Bailey's body was found in the frat house library Friday morning. Bailey was being initiated into the Chi Psi fraternity the night before.
Investigators say alcohol may have been a factor in the student's death but autopsy and toxicology reports are still pending.
Meanwhile, CU has suspended all social activities in the Greek system indefinitely. The move comes from the University of Colorado's Inter-fraternity Council on Saturday.
Chancellor Richard Byyny says the school will take "decisive action" if alcohol was found to be a factor in Bailey's death.
CU administrators will also meet with fraternity leaders this week to review the school's relationship with the Greek system.
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