Parents of Cornell college student’s mysterious death are demanding answers

The parents of Antonio Tsialas are offering a reward for information on their son’s death after a fraternity party.
2:30 | 11/17/19

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Turning to the mysterious dead of a Cornell college student found dead after a fraternity party with his mother and father in town for family weekend. They're demanding answers and offering a reward for information. Trevor Ault is here with more. Trevor, good morning. Whit, good morning. Antonio tsialas was at his dream school. His parents know before his death he attended that frat party and they don't know what killed him there is concern that this is a growing trend. Reporter: A desperate search for answers for the family of this 18-year-old ivy league student. There are people that know what happened and nothing is being said. Reporter: Antonio tsialas was a freshman at Cornell university and a goalie on the soccer team. His parents say two weeks ago after having dinner with them he attended an off-campus frat party and never made it back to his dorm. His body lady discovered at the bottom of a gorge. They're offering $10,000 for information from anyone who was at that party. We have to really take a closer look at these organizations, their practices, their behaviors of some of the members. Reporter: Cornell's president said university officials still don't know the cause of Antonio's death. She called the party an unregistered event where alcohol was served. She said it regrettably follows a pattern of conduct in the Greek letter system. The university has since banned fraternity and social events for the rest of the semester. That decision as fraternities across America are under scrutiny. In the past month there have been five reported deaths involving college fraternities including three in three days earlier this week. While Antonio's parents don't know what killed their son, their lawyer says the fraternity shoulders much of the blame. They broke every rule in the book. Had they not illegally served alcohol you can be sure that Antonio will be here today. Reporter: The fraternity tells ABC news they extend their deepest condolences to the tsialas family. They say their members are working with police in the investigation. University police say they've issued subpoenas and got search warrants. They'll turnover that evidence to state investigators. Can't get over the fact that the parents were there. Waiting to meet with him. There have been so many high profile cases. It just keeps happening. Very sad. Turning to major health news

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