Members within the Interfraternity Council (IFC) invited national Theta Chi vice president and California lawyer William Palmer to help Cal Poly plan a Greek Row.
ASI presidential candidates Joi Sullivan, Connor Paquin and Jake Rogers are not part of Greek life. According to Greek community leaders, this is not a major concern.
Following a “constructive” meeting with Dean of Students Jean DeCosta on Tuesday morning, greek council presidents have until 5 p.m. Friday to reach a compromise on a proposed party registration policy.
Sean Pellerin, assistant intramurals coordinator, said that there was a misunderstanding about what was allowed on the field.
The Dean of Students told greek leaders in an email late Tuesday afternoon that they were given a “grace period” to finish hammering out the details on a new party registration policy, and that Cal Poly greek chapters were never on probation.
Leaders of the Cal Poly greek community clarified their apology for the “Colonial Bros and Nava-hos” party Tuesday, shifting blame away from fraternities and sororities that might have been involved with it.
The memory of Carson Starkey, and how his life was tragically taken in 2008 by a preventable hazing situation, reminds the entire Cal Poly community of how important it is to adhere to hazing-related rules.