Viewers online are in shock after a photo featuring a block full of property damage from a massive college party went viral.
More than 180 students tested positive for the virus in the past week, while 200 more were sent into quarantine as a result of the university's contact-tracing program.
Steven Florio, head of the state Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, admitted to wearing the outfits while at the Kappa Gamma Fraternity, which has since been suspended.
The university has reported 716 total cases since March, including dozens of new cases reported since Saturday.
Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Mississippi State Health Officer, said that officials had identified a cluster of coronavirus cases and outbreaks linked to University of Mississippi fraternity parties.
Kicking fraternities off campus may seem like an easy way to curb bad behavior, but it's not a simple solution.
San Diego State University student Dylan Hernandez, 19, died after he allegedly attended a fraternity event.
The Alpha Delta chapter of Penn State's Chi Phi has been suspended after a seventeen year old boy's body was found off campus and in a house occupied by Chi Phi members.
The parents of students who took their own lives say a fraternity brother gave them "advice on how to commit suicide."
Another member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity faces up to five years in jail for Max Gruver's death.
The fraternity has ceased activities following the incident.
Tau Kappa Epsilon expelled the four fraternity members after they were made aware of the video.
"There is nothing more important at UT Dallas than the safety and security of our students," the university statement said.
Members of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity allegedly posted photos and videos of their partners on a private Facebook group page called "Dog Pound."
The warrants listed the charge of hazing causing injury or death, which is a third-degree felony.
After student protests over Trump messages written in chalk at Emory University, Trump supporters at other campuses have embarked on "The Chalkening."
This is the second major lawsuit Rolling Stone faces as a result of the article.
The Georgia Tech fraternity denied the allegation.
Suspect charged after allegedly hanging a noose on a statue of the university's first black enrollee.
An investigation shows that Sigma Alpha Epsilon members learned a racist chant at a national fraternity function.
As it apologizes for a racist video, the embattled University of Oklahoma fraternity hires a controversial defense attorney.
Officials at the University of Oklahoma have expelled two students identified in a video that features a racist chant.
"Truly there are so many tears this Christmas," Pope Francis said in his annual address.
After Rolling Stone published a story about an alleged assault of a freshman woman by seven men, all fraternities will be suspended until January.