At Washington University, we’ve been battling some especially scary demons lately, in the form of scandalous revelations and controversial decisions from campus figures and organizations.
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.
They say no press is bad press, but Washington University has put the phrase’s exact extent to the test over this past summer.
Austin Sweeney, a sexual and relationship violence prevention specialist and advisor to the Leaders in Interpersonal Violence Education student group, has been named as the new assistant director for fraternity and sorority life, effective Sept. 5.
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life David Stetter no longer works for Washington University, having vacated the position on June 27.
Restrictions on Greek parties have left some students frustrated when trying to plan events. While over a third of students participate in Greek life, a strict policy limits the number of social events that can be held in one night.
The Yik Yak app has caused problems. Malicious posts directed toward individuals, groups of people and organizations have led to some backlash against the app, leading campus leaders to note its negative impacts.
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