Article "Social life scrutinized"

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Article "Social life scrutinized"

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As the drinking age rises after federal legislation, William Leftwich, Vice President of Student Affairs, believes the social scene on campus will change. To study and adapt to these changes, the faculty council is appointing a faculty committee to study the greek system and social life on campus chaired by James Tromater of the psychology department. This committee will be studying all facets of social life on campus from fraternity events to musical guests. Leftwich describes the fraternities as using "animalistic behavior" in isolated incidents such as alcohol overconsumption and date rape. Bart Chucker, RCSGA President, and Robert Benson, IFC PResident, believe in this initiative and hope it will bridge the gap between faculty and fraternities. The committee will be composed of Tromater, Terry Weisenberger, R. Barry Westin, Kathleen Rohaly and Nina R. Murphy.

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Howell, Beth. "Social life scrutinized." The University of Richmond Collegian 72, no. 2 (September 12, 1985): 1.

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The Collegian, University of Richmond

Date

1985-09-12

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English

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Richmond (Va.)

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Howell, Beth, “Article "Social life scrutinized",” University of Richmond Race & Racism Project, accessed April 18, 2024, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/2865.