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Article "Sororities here"
Article "Sororities here"
This article describes more of the details concerning the first sorority rush at the University of Richmond. 24 out of the 26 national sororities that are a part of the National Panhellenic Council will showcase a presentation to a committee made up of university Board of Trustee members, faculty, administrators, and students. This committee will determine which 6 sororities are best suited for the Westhampton women on campus. Factors such as “financial aid programs, alcohol policy and the number of alumnae available in the area to advise,” are all considered when reviewing the presentations of the sororities. A questionnaire was also sent out asking women to state their opinions on the necessity of bringing historically black sororities to campus. The sororities will not be granted individual houses like the fraternities but will instead meet in the Emily Gardener Room for meetings.
Hummel, Janine. "Sororities here." The University of Richmond Collegian 73, no. 2, (September 11, 1986): 1. https://collegian.richmond.edu/?a=d&d=COL19860911.2.5&e=--------20--1--txt-txIN-------
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