pi beta phi

AOII officially disbands chapter as students continue to push for Greek Life abolition amid new WPA recruitment cycle

Following months of calls for the abolition of Greek Life, Alpha Omicron Pi is now the second sorority at the University to officially disband.

| Senior News Editor

Three sororities push to dismantle their chapters, facing resistance from Campus Life, national organizations

Continuing in the fight for the abolition of Greek Life, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta and Delta Gamma have now made efforts to officially disband their chapters, to mixed results from their national organizations and little response from Washington University.

| Managing Editor

News in Brief: Pi Beta Phi votes to disband

Washington University’s chapter of Pi Beta Phi voted to relinquish its charter, effectively closing the chapter indefinitely, Oct. 4.

| Senior News Editor

Chi O Rent-a-Pet and Pie a Pi Phi

On Tuesday, Chi Omega held a Rent-A-Pet on the lawn in front of the Women’s Building. On Wednesday, Pi Beta Phi held a Pie a Pi Phi, where people could pay to throw a pie at a member of the sorority. Proceeds of both events go towards philanthropy.

Sarah Maurizi

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