Dean of Students Jean DeCosta is looking into three reported fraternity parties that took place while greek life members were still on social probation.
On Wednesday, greek leaders and administrators agreed on a party registration compromise with rules that are even more nuanced and, therefore, more difficult to enforce than the complete ban we’ve seen the past five weeks.
DeCosta, Humphrey, and O’Hagan were all supportive of the new policy proposed by greek council presidents,
All three greek council presidents have proposed a new draft of the party registration policy, which they will be reviewing in meetings with administrators Thursday, Interfraternity Council (IFC) president Domenic Hjerpe said on Tuesday night.
Photo Illustration by Zach Maher/Staff Photographer All fraternities and sororities are still on social probation as greek leaders work with administrators on amending the proposed party registration policy. Brooke Sperbeck [follow id=”BrookeSperbeck7″] Greek leaders are still questioning the validity of…
Even if administrators had approved all revised changes to the policy, the draft still would not have been passed Thursday.
All nine Panhellenic chapters’ national organizations have concerns about the policy and are being consulted during the negotiation process.
Greek leaders are aiming for the end of this week to reach a compromise with administrators, but anything could happen.
Four fraternity events were cancelled this past weekend because of the probation, IFC President and business administration junior Domenic Hjerpe said.
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