ASI Board features heavy greek life presence

Only 16 percent of Cal Poly students are members of social fraternities and sororities, but their presence looms much larger within student government.

Mustang News reporter gives updates on greek social probation

Greek life could be on probation for at least another week, as national fraternity and sorority chapters are getting involved with the negotiations here at Cal Poly.

Panhellenic president: Greek life likely to be on probation for second consecutive weekend

All nine Panhellenic chapters’ national organizations have concerns about the policy and are being consulted during the negotiation process.

Details emerge about proposed greek party registration policy

A copy of the draft policy, obtained by Mustang News and confirmed by a source familiar with the ongoing negotiations, outlines the limitations that must be agreed upon as part of a new party-registration policy.

ASI scolds fraternities for behavior at intramural games

Sean Pellerin, assistant intramurals coordinator, said that there was a misunderstanding about what was allowed on the field.

FIRE criticizes Cal Poly investigation into Native American-themed party

Joe Cohn, who works at FIRE’s headquarters in Philadelphia, said Thursday that Cal Poly’s investigation is unconstitutional based on the information the university has made public so far.

Panhellenic rush week breaks membership records

Panhellenic recruitment came to a close with 575 women receiving bids from eight sororities this past Tuesday, making this year’s recruitment the largest in Cal Poly history.

Fraternities leave suspension behind, begin new risk management practices

Cal Poly lifted the social suspension on Interfraternity Council (IFC) chapters on Tuesday, a week before fall recruitment begins on Oct. 8.

A freshman’s guide to going greek

“Are you going to rush?”
It is a question asked in the dorms, VG Cafe and running through the minds of many freshmen who are wondering if greek life will be a good fit.