HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania State University fraternity linked to a secret Facebook page where photos of nude and semi-nude women were posted is getting a three-year suspension after the school’s Interfraternity Council recommended a milder punishment.

Penn State announced Tuesday that its investigation found some Kappa Delta Rho members had engaged in sexual harassment, hazing that included boxing matches and a “persistent climate of humiliation for several females.”

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The university’s vice president for student affairs says the sum of the fraternity’s misbehavior is more than Penn State will tolerate.

A school spokeswoman says the university canceled the fraternity’s recognition as a campus organization as of Tuesday, and that status will remain until May 2018.

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A phone message left at the State College chapter house wasn’t immediately returned.

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