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Letter to the editor: The zero-policy on hazing is still very much in effect in the Greek community

Letter to the editor: The zero-policy on hazing is still very much in effect in the Greek community

Contributor

November 9, 2015

Individuality is something that all CSUN students easily express, specifically proven since we were rated one of the most diverse college campuses in the state of California. Every person is different, every fingerprint is different, and every student organization is different. Now, with that being ...

Even good behavior should not hide behind a curtain

Even good behavior should not hide behind a curtain

Michael Herrera

October 1, 2015

It has been impossible not to notice that the campus is once again alive with the voices of the members of the Greek system. As someone who is on the outside, I don’t give much of my attention to sororities or fraternities because they have never appealed to me. However, I was surprised that they...

Let’s welcome our new brothers and sisters

Let’s welcome our new brothers and sisters

Stepakoff Joshua

September 8, 2015

One year ago, the Greek community was informed by President Harrison that all of the new member intake processes were to cease immediately. An indefinite ban was placed on all recruitment processes. Fraternities and sororities were forced to either induct or release all of the students in their new member...

CSUN fraternities raise money for Autism Speaks at hot dog eating contest

Samantha Tata

February 16, 2011

CSUN’s Interfraternal Council (IFC) held a hot dog eating contest Tuesday to benefit Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest advocacy group for autism research. Through chapter participation and on-site donations, IFC raised the largest campus donation this year of $1,960 for ...

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