Despite increases in participation and philanthropy, Columbia’s Greek community has not been without controversy this year.
UPDATED: Photos sent to Spectator Sunday morning showed students in Kappa Alpha Theta wearing costumes depicting several nationalities at an event Saturday night.
To bridge the gap between Greek organizations and non-members, cooperation and inclusivity need to go both ways.
Facilitating the formation of friendships should be enough to justify Greek organizations on campus.
A member of a sorority who never thought she'd be part of Greek life reflects on the community and home she has found in her organization.
A record 408 students applied to Panhellenic sororities this year, up from last year’s high of 396 applicants, Panhellenic Council President Amelia Kudenholdt, CC ’14, said.
A national Sigma Alpha Epsilon spokesperson told Spectator that Columbia’s colony was closed in the spring of 2013 following violations of University policies.
Zeta Beta Tau national decided to suspend operations at Columbia after the members of Columbia’s chapter resigned their membership in the organization, ZBT announced Wednesday morning.
Recognizing our shared responsibility to prevent hazing on campus.
Administrators determined that this celebration constituted an unregistered party, and was thus a violation of ZBT's social probation following a hazing incident.
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