Gamma Phi Beta will be formally reinstated this weekend and have its new members inducted for the first time since closing its doors on campus in 1993.
After nearly a month of speculation, Coordinator of Student Involvement Davine Stutter attempted to confirm if Gamma Phi Beta was, in fact, srat or not srat. He failed.
Washington University’s newest sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, extended over 100 bids last weekend at the culmination of the chapter’s formal recruitment process.
Sorority Gamma Phi Beta (GPB)—the planned addition to Washington University’s Greek life—will begin recruitment this spring.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority has been chosen to form a new chapter at Washington University in the spring of 2016, the Women’s Panhellenic Association announced Tuesday afternoon.
Last night, members of an extension committee voted to invite sororities Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Delta Delta and Gamma Phi Beta to the next round of the chapter application process. Invitations were extended this morning.
The committee—which is composed of current sorority women, alumni from sororities and University staff members—received applications from 13 out of the 18 national organizations that are not currently present on campus.
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