Several Greek Life administrators were placed on leave Friday for mishandling of hazing reports related to Delta Kappa Epsilon arrests.

A source told the Advocate that Greek Life Director Angela Guillory, Dean of Students Marie Fuentes-Martin, Assistant Greek Life Director Donald Abels have allegedly been asked to step down indefinitely, though these names have not been confirmed by the university. 

In a statement released Friday, LSU President F. King Alexander called hazing “a criminal activity that destroys lives, and that the administration has “taken aggressive steps toward eradicating this destructive element from our campus, and you are witnessing some of the fallout from our continued pursuit of a better, stronger campus culture for our students.

King adds that LSU is “making important cultural changes, and remains committed to weeding out dangerous behavior in our student organizations.” He encourages individuals with knowledge about hazing activities to report all information to the university.