An MIT fraternity house in Boston was issued several citations after the unidentified student, 18, crashed through the skylight and fell four stories. Officials later announced a crackdown on other potentially unsafe off-campus properties where students reside, the Boston Globe reported Wednesday.
An email from an MIT committee of administrators and fraternity council members was circulated Friday, advising of a ban on gatherings larger than the number of students legally permitted to reside at each location, until the city issues new inspection certificates for the Boston properties.
The email said Boston officials are "seriously considering" making the ban permanent, "so please, let's not test them on this to find out."
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