greek life

Nationwide and at Emory, many Greek life members are upset with the way they are perceived and treated. A discontentment has arisen because Greek communities’ are facing severe criticism and the defenses provided by Greek leadership don’t align with members ...

A few weeks ago, I read Duncan Cock Foster’s piece, “Emory’s War on Greek Life.” It was an interesting look at Beta Theta Pi’s experience with the Emory administration’s judicial system. The op-ed also contained a series of critiques on ...

Recently, Duncan Cock Foster levelled accusations against the Emory administration in his op-ed, “Emory’s War on Greek Life.” The flawed article argues that Greek life is “persecuted” by Emory administrators. The author specifically cites the Emory administration’s failure to follow ...

Five Greek organizations suspended for hazing violations will return to Emory’s campus by Spring 2019, according to Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life Marlon Gibson. Sorority Delta Sigma Theta will return Fall 2017 and fraternities Phi Delta Theta Fall 2017, ...

Starting around 2013, Emory’s administration embarked on an initiative to reform the Greek system. In a Jan. 31 interview, Dean of Student Life Ajay Nair stated his goal was to “create a sustainable future” for Greek life. Nair arrived at ...

Fraternities Delta Tau Delta (DTD) and Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp) will both live in the 15 Eagle Row house during the 2017-18 academic year, according to Marlon Gibson, director of sorority and fraternity life. DTD and SigEp agreed to share ...

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Spring 2017 where the leaves are dead, the student body is drowsy and the DUC’ling is yet to hatch. Returning from holiday comforts (whether you spent break at your family’s house or elsewhere) can leave ...

For the first time since 2000, Emory’s Eta Lambda chapter of Beta Theta Pi will not reside at 15 Eagle Row. The chapter has been “Under Reorganization” since early May, according to Beta Chapter President and Goizueta Business School senior ...

“When I went through formal recruitment, I was honestly terrified that fraternities would not extend bids to me because of my sexual orientation,” said College senior Matty Simon. As a first-year, Simon knew that he wanted to be involved with ...