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March 27-29, Alpha Zeta members from across the country met in central Iowa for the 2014 National Agricultural Leadership Conference.
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Even before Dartmouth president Philip J. Hanlon delivered a scathing speech this week about "extreme behavior" plaguing the reputation of the college and causing application numbers to drop, the school has battled its hard-partying reputation in pop culture.
Thus far we've found footage from haunted asylums, haunted forests, haunted houses, wrecked cities, but never really anything from a party gone horribly awry.
Debate is brewing over the cost of Greek life, and some lawmakers believe it's time for sororities and fraternities at the University of Vermont to pay up.
An Essex County College administrator is among 25 college administrators selected for the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society's Distinguished College Administrator Award.
Actor and director Harold Ramis, who co-wrote the classic "Animal House" said he was inspired by his fraternity experience at Washington University.
In March, Caitlin Flanagan explored the bizarre accidents and violent crimes that plague Greek houses: kids falling off roofs, severe hazing, even sexual assault, including one case at Wesleyan University that the author detailed.
Assistant Dean of Students Michael Citro, director of Student Organization Support, will leave his position at the end of the semester to start a new job in the Office of the President.
City leaders, Rutgers officials and the residents of a newly built Jewish fraternity home will be on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday dedicated to the construction of a house that will help serve the university's Greek community.
The Alpha-Upsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Fort Hays State University has been placed on non-operating status as of April 2. The chapter failed to meet minimum fraternity standards and university expectations, including membership size, academic performance and financial obligations.
The longest serving Professional Staff member in Fraternity and Sorority Life history is Tau Kappa Epsilon's very own Katie Sayre.
The sign to the Umoja House at Lehigh University on Nov. 6, 2013, still had resident from an egging on Nov. 5, 2013.
Sigma Chi fraternity has been placed on interim suspension due to 10 alleged violations of the University Code of Conduct related to the vandalism of UMOJA House in November.
When the average person thinks of Greek life on a college campus, images of togas, beer pong tables and raging house parties often come to mind.
Bree Humphery, a senior majoring in East Asian Languages and Culture, along with a group of a few other women challenged herself to live off of 20 dollars for the week.