Washington University’s new healthcare pre-professional fraternity, Alpha Iota Gamma, is recruiting its first member class this semester.
Latinx fraternity Alpha Psi Lambda will be the first multicultural, co-ed fraternity to come to Washington University’s campus starting this semester.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will return to House 11 on lower row in fall 2018 after two years as a recognized Washington University fraternity following its recolonization.
Fraternity dues help pay for legal fees. That includes sexual violence and hazing lawsuits.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Austin Sweeney announced he would continue to assess the need for private security at Greek Life events.
So there’s a bangin’, booty-droppin’ rager this Friday night, and everyone just HAS to go. But here’s the catch: You’ve decided to be sober.
This past weekend, a new program, xSoteria, aimed at increasing safety at parties debuted on campus. However, certain issues exist within the app and with how the app interacts with Greek life—and if these aren’t addressed, the app will not achieve nearly as much success as it otherwise can.
As a way to encourage bystander intervention on campus, three Washington University alumni have designed an app called xSoteria, a chatbot that operates through Facebook Messenger and allows guests at parties to anonymously connect with a risk manager at the venue if they feel uncomfortable or threatened.
Austin Sweeney, currently a sexual and relationship violence prevention specialist at Washington University, will step into his new role at the University as assistant director of fraternity and sorority life Sept. 5.
In an effort to understand how Washington University Greek life compares to other universities and which areas of the Greek life system need improvement, Campus Life released a survey to all students in fraternities and sororities the week before spring break.