Sigma Chi’s use of canola oil stained Logan Performance Hall stage
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Panhellenic recruitment has increased since 2011.
Engage in (or ignore) to your heart’s content.
The UChicago Zeta Psi fraternity is returning to UChicago after the chapter’s termination in 1887.
We act appropriately when representing institutions—why not do the same when acting on our own?
The new sorority is one result of the increased demand for Greek life on campus.
Engage in (or ignore) to your heart’s content
A pledging activity at Alpha Delta Phi and a party thrown by Delta Upsilon have been seen as racially insensitive by Latino groups on campus, bringing in the larger campus community, as well as administrators and OMSA.
The five-kilometer race and fundraiser were in memory of University student Ian Woo Cumings.
A number of minority students participate in multicultural Greek life.
Forty-three men were officially installed into the fraternity last Friday.
After 75 years away from the University, Delta Tau Delta is trying to reestablish a campus presence. Zeta Beta Tau, another new fraternity, is also trying to expand.
The University is considering inviting a fourth sorority to join campus as sorority bids soar.
Alpha Omicron Pi is the first U of C sorority to receive on-campus living and meeting spaces
Sigma Chi International Fraternity, whose U of C chapter disbanded in 1952 in protest of a “whites only” policy, is returning to the University to recruit students from a wide range of backgrounds.
The University’s silence on last quarter’s alleged sexual assault at Alpha Delta Phi and an altercation involving a knife at Phi Gamma Delta has raised questions about the University’s level of control over fraternities.
A solemn University of Chicago Greek community gathered in Mandel Hall for Kappa Alpha Theta’s annual Mr. University competition, dedicated to its sister Emma Stanger, a second-year who died Sunday morning in a car crash.
On a recent Sunday afternoon, a group of first-years stood in the Psi Upsilon house, waiting for the fraternity’s president to come downstairs. This small group had a large task. Calling themselves the Green Greeks, they seek to make frat parties—events that consume large amounts of glass, plastic, and aluminum—a little gentler on the environment.
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