The report, released by the Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisory Board, aims to create a system for self-reporting hazing within chapters and limit first-year students living in chapter houses.
Greek life restrictions, new leadership, budget cutbacks affect campus this year
The IFC and university administration emphasize student safety as a top priority.
The report offers a critical review of and recommendations for MU’s Greek system.
The total proceeds equaled to more than $3,000 and will be donated to Kingwood High School in Houston.
MU office restructuring to create efficiency and synergy between departments, improve student experience
Students can expect to see changes in Greek Life, Residential Life and student engagement.
Dyad is looking at policies specifically relating to hazing, housing, alcohol and drugs, as well as providing trainings and workshops for active members.
MU has announced a new directive regarding the management of external accounts affiliated with student organizations.
Sophomore Matt Luke: “Diversity in the frats? I don’t know, that's the only thing that's still segregated. Because that's what it is; frats are segregated.”
A Maneater survey shows MU’s Greek chapters have continued to make their houses more inclusive for all students.
Only three people will oversee the Greek community next year.
Vice President of Risk Management Ryan O’Connor said Greek men have the sizable responsibility of knowing all the policies that apply to them.
Sorority sister Natalie Harshman: “Your goofy smile and personality were contagious to everyone around you.”
Student Life employees have been working with Greek Life in addition to the jobs they were hired to do, a practice that the fee would end.
MGC President Phillip Nguyen: “We want them to know that (even if) you’re not rich or white, you still have access to being a part of Greek Life.”
Zeta Tau Alpha President Ashlie Elver: “Our new chapter house will be built to accommodate the needs of our chapter women now and into the distant future.”
Multicultural Center coordinator Stephanie Hernandez Rivera led a discussion with the women about various social issues, including but not limited to race relations.
When it comes to homecoming, Greek Town doesn’t mess around.
The slates address a variety of issues from increasing affordability in housing and dining to advocating for mental health and social justice issues to better the lives of MU students.
The first place pairing also won several individual categories.