By Sarah Begley
January 23, 2015

The national office of fraternity Sigma Alpha Nu has suspended the University of Michigan chapter after a ski weekend gone very, very bad.

Treetops Resort near Gaylord, Mich. suffered $50,000 in damages to walls, ceilings, windows, furniture and carpeting when 120 fraternity and sorority members ran amok last weekend, the Detroit Free Press reports. The fraternity could face criminal charges, but in the mean time, the university is investigating wrongdoing and chapter president Joshua Kaplan has said they will be “working with the management of the resort to pay for all damages and cleaning costs.”

Looks like this is one frat mess that can’t be cleaned up with a bucket full of sawdust.

[Detroit Free Press]

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