University of Wisconsin officials say a fraternity has been placed on suspension following an incident last weekend where a T-V was thrown from an upper floor balcony, narrowly missing a woman walking underneath. Videos of the incident have been circulating on social media since the it happened, prompting university and law enforcement to investigate the case. A U-W-Madison spokesperson said today that university officials have placed the Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter on interim suspension for the incident. On Tuesday, the Kappa Sigma national office terminated the charter of the U-W chapter, which further suspends its status and operations, pending any appeal. A university spokesperson says an investigation will be conducted by the Division of Student Life on behalf of the Committee on Student Organizations. If a fraternity is found in violation of the Student Organization Code, sanctions are possible for the organization. Individuals can be held accountable under the nonacademic misconduct code.