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St. Fratty’s Day party not associated with greek life, fraternity presidents say

Some see greek life being pinned for an independent party, while others think fraternity and sorority members are trying to deflect responsibility for their actions.

University responds to St. Fratty’s Day event

“Once we have all the facts, the university will respond swiftly and accordingly.”

Greek life still on social probation

Administration returned the Students Taking Action Towards University Safety plan (S.T.A.T.U.S.) to greek life last week with their edits. The plan seeks to reduce the number of sexual assaults on campus, and was created in response to the university placing greek life on probation for at least 30 days.

Fraternity could face six-year suspension if not appealed

PIKE may appeal the suspension within 20 days to Vice President for Student Affairs, according to the release.

Greek life on probation following sexual assault reports

This is the third sexual assault that has been reported in connection with greek life this academic year.

Greek community creates Standards of Excellence system to evaluate chapters

The plan is to have the system implemented by winter quarter.

The only time you can dunk a cop and get away with it

At first, UPD was hesitant to participate. But, they eventually lent out seven officers to be dunked at the event.