AGR’s probation has been extended until Spring 2017 and the fraternity will lose access to its house for a year.
“Cal Poly shouldn’t be focusing on these policies for all members of greek life. It should instead deal with the problem that doesn’t seem to be getting the attention it deserves: underage drinking at fraternity events.”
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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.
Though Danielle Durante has received unofficial support from Panhellenic presidents on the latest policy, she is waiting to hold a vote until National Panhellenic Council (NPC) approves it.
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…