More hazing-related troubles at another fraternity.

Only solid detail: It didn’t involve Uber.

Quinnipiac University has banned the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity from campus, suspended two students and expelled another after a student conduct investigation revealed a hazing incident at the school.

“The university has issued the fraternity a cease and desist order prohibiting it from operating at the university until the student conduct process is completed,” Lynn Bushnell, vice-president for student affairs at the university, said in a statement. “With the safety and security of our students being paramount, the university will simply not tolerate hazing of any kind by any group or individual and will act swiftly to remove those held responsible from the community.”

School officials would not elaborate on the incident that took place, but said that one student who was a member of the TKE fraternity was expelled as a result, two members were suspended and that “other TKE members have also been sanctioned as part of the investigation and several more will face the student conduct process.”

TKE is an all-male fraternity with almost 270 chapters located on college campuses throughout the United States and Canada and more than 260,000 members, according to the website for the national chapter…