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UT Students Say Texas Rho Must Go

Students at The University of Texas at Austin are circulating a petition demanding the city “shutdown and dismantle” what they call the “rogue” social fraternity Texas Rho. The petition has garnered more than 6,500 signatures since Thursday and calls for community members across Austin to “speak up and speak out...

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Northwestern University Greek Life Is Imploding

Bookending Northwestern’s lush Evanston campus are two cities within a city. To the north are the frats, big brick buildings bearing massive Greek letters. To the south are the sororities, packed in a neat stone mini-quad with a courtyard at the center. Some look like North Shore mansions, others like small turreted castles. All are grand...

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University of Georgia’s Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha Self-Suspends After Racist Messages Surface

A University of Georgia fraternity self-suspended its operations over the weekend after racist messages from a chapter group messaging app were posted to Twitter. Screenshots of the offensive messages pulled from a private GroupMe for the school's Lambda Chi Alpha chapter were posted Saturday evening by an African American student at...

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Lawsuit Against Cornell to Proceed Over the Death of First-Year Student, Antonio Tsialas, Who Attended a “Dirty Rush” Event at Phi Kappa Psi

Antonio Tsialas’ family presented a valid case of a “cause of action for negligence and premises liability against the defendant,” Judge Gerald Keene wrote in the ruling. On Oct. 24, 2019, Tsialas attended a “dirty rush” event at Phi Kappa Psi. Shortly after, Tsialas’ family reported him missing and two...

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Not to be Outdone by Theta Chi at UNH; 29 Members of Theta Chi at WVU are Suspended for Not Following Health Orders After Covid-19 Positive Brother Attends Party

The students are being suspended following reports of large parties at fraternities not recognized by the university. A member of the Theta Chi fraternity tested positive for coronavirus and following the positive test, attended a party at the fraternity on Friday. The 29 members of the fraternity have been charged...

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