The fraternity chapter has been placed on an interim suspension, according to University of Mississippi officials.
Stone Foltz, a 20-year-old sophomore at Bowling Green State University, is "in the process of donating his organs," said the family's attorney.
Special Warfare Operator Tony DeDolph, a member of the Navy's elite Seal Team Six, on Thursday reportedly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges related to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
The university fired Thompson and the entire coaching staff on Monday after a three-month investigation unveiled "lax oversight."
The British soldier was training an Irish regiment that guards the royal family.
Ohio University's Marching 110 band has had its non-academic university activities suspended after hazing accusations have surfaced.
The local sheriff's department is investigating "possible assault" by football players at an off-campus, after hours gathering.
Troy University has suspended all new member activities at campus fraternities as officials review policies on hazing.
According to a wrongful death suit filed by the family of 18-year-old Collin Lewis Wiant from Ohio, the teen died after two months of hazing.
The alleged victims were all younger members of the team.
Burke was the first of more than 20 former Beta Theta Pi members to be sentenced in connection with Piazza's February 2017 death.
"I am appalled and shaken by this and deeply concerned for all members of our community," Chancellor Kent Syverud said.
The Beta Zeta chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity were suspended for at least four and a half years.
Participants swallowed beer flowing down another student's penis and consumed their own vomit.
The warrants listed the charge of hazing causing injury or death, which is a third-degree felony.
The three men were arrested on Wednesday and charged with assaulting, impeding, intimidating and interfering with two victims.
As the newest Supreme Court justice he will be called on to open doors and sit on the cafeteria committee.
Dartmouth's announcement follows a string of high-profile stories of alcohol abuse and hazing scandals.