As recruitment season begins, Staff Reporter Kamala Madireddi talks to Managing Editor Jayla Butler and Senior News Editor Em McPhie about the progress of the Greek Life abolition movement and reforms chapters have made since the movement began.
Following months of calls for the abolition of Greek Life, Alpha Omicron Pi is now the second sorority at the University to officially disband.
Tau Kappa Epsilon is on social probation for serving hard alcohol at a dry mixer with Alpha Omicron Pi, which is also on social probation. According to Washington University’s University Standing and Conduct Status website for fraternities and sororities, Chi Omega is on social probation, and Sigma Chi is on both social probation and housing probation.
Correction Appended Below Washington University welcomed its newest sorority into the Greek system this month. Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII) began its recruitment of first members among University women this week. The University chapter will become the 187th chartered chapter of a women’s fraternity that was founded in 1897 at Barnard College. Prior to the adition […]
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