Associated Press Published 3:06 PM EST Nov 10, 2018 MADISON – The University of Wisconsin-Madison has terminated its Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter after people pushed a television off the chapter’s balcony and nearly hit a woman this summer. The university said Friday the chapter was terminated as a student organization for violating the Student Organization Code of Conduct. UW-Madison previously had suspended the chapter, pending an investigation, shortly after the June 30 incident. The national Kappa Sigma fraternity earlier withdrew the chapter’s charter. RELATED: UW suspends Kappa Sigma after woman nearly hit by falling television at party The chapter may not attempt to re-register as a student organization for five years, through Jan. 1, 2024. The chapter can appeal the decision.