Miami University says two students have been dismissed from school for tampering with grades.
CINCINNATI - A case involving a lawsuit by a fraternity at Miami University in southern Ohio against the school has been reopened.
Court records showed last week that the $10 million lawsuit by Phi Kappa Tau had been dismissed.
But an official with the U.S. District Court in Cincinnati says it was a "clerical mistake" after the fraternity's lawyer sought to remove the national fraternity as a plaintiff in the lawsuit.
The court reopened the case and the lawsuit is still pending, with only the local chapter of the fraternity named as a plaintiff.
The lawsuit alleges that university officials acted with "malice, hatred and ill will" by suspending the fraternity last month for a fireworks battle and having marijuana.
The university says the school acted in the best interest of student safety.
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