A Maneater survey shows MU’s Greek chapters have continued to make their houses more inclusive for all students.
“It’s great to see the fraternity system and the sorority system working hand in hand,” Assistant Athletic Director and Phi Gamma Delta member Gary Link said.
In the past, 75 percent of the boards had to be filled with pomps to gain full points with the Campus Decorations judges, said Carolyn Welter, Panhellenic Association’s vice president of public relations. This year, the boards could only be 25 percent pom
Fraternities Sigma Nu and Delta Tau Delta ask for an extension beyond the March 2016 deadline in order to build a new house.
The initiative was developed in coordination with the RSVP Center and Title IX Office.
The proposed restrictions on fraternities, which the consortium spokesman said are not ready for implementation, would take effect this fall.
Update: Consortium spokesman Ted Hellman said in an email Saturday drug testing is “no longer being considered as a policy proposal.”
On Sunday morning, police investigated a report of a suspicious person knocking on Delta Delta Delta sorority house’s doors and windows.
MUPD suspended the search for the three suspects around 2 a.m., per an MU Alert update.
Instead of ignoring the lack of accessibility for people with physical disabilities in Greektown, chapters need to start discussing how to best fix this issue.
While some fraternity and sorority houses have been updated, many remain inaccessible to students with physical disabilities.
Currently, there are only two recycling bins in all of Greek town.