ZBT

ZBT shuttles students to airport, raises money for Las Vegas shooting victims

Washington University’s Zeta Beta Tau fraternity chapter drove students to and from the airport over fall break in an effort to raise money for a family whose father died in the recent Las Vegas shooting.

Kayla Steinberg | Contributing Reporter

ZBT attack was thoughtless but hurtful

By etching a swastika into one of the cars, an already punishable act of vandalism became a potential hate crime. It doesn’t matter if the person actually believes what the swastika represents, she took out her aggression by using a symbol that should not be accepted in our society, no matter how angry you might become.

Female confesses to vandalism against ZBT members

University City police announced Wednesday morning that a female suspect confessed to vandalizing the cars of ZBT members. She is a former acquaintance of one of the fraternity’s members, the press release said. ZBT members returned from break to find that four of their cars had slashed tires. One of the cars had three swastikas […]

| Editor in Chief

Swastikas etched onto car, tires slashed outside ZBT house

Max LaVictoire, a sophomore living in the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) house at 7020 Forsyth Blvd., returned from Spring Break Friday to find three swastikas keyed onto his car and all of his tires slashed.
He said that three other cars on Forsyth and in the ZBT lot –-all ZBT members–had their tires slashed as well

and | Student Life Editors

ZBT: moustached men for charity

Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) is bringing the Children’s Miracle Network, prostate cancer and depression to the forefront of campus discussion by hosting two philanthropy events this semester.

| Senior News Editor

ZBT’s recognition suspended at national and campus levels

Due to multiple alleged infractions that occurred during the fraternity recruitment process this semester, Zeta Beta Tau fraternity’s recognition on both the University and national level is currently suspended pending further investigation.

| Editor in Chief

Ramis returns to WU

Food fights. Heart attack-prone horses. Epic toga parties. Although not the typical images one conjures of Wash. U., the man who created these memorable “Animal House” scenes was inspired by this very campus and is returning tonight—hopefully bringing Otis Day and the Knights with him.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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