With relatively few logistical hurdles and a clear reason for action (the Greek system changes), creation of “Hubbell’s Pub,” as it might be called, should be an easy way for the administration to show that it is serious about listening to student ideas on how to improve Cornell’s late-night social options.
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Members of the Student Assembly are pushing for a pub on Cornell’s campus that would be open to anyone with a Cornell ID seven days a week — until 11 p.m. weekdays and 3 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
The Board of Trustees voted in favor of an amendment this weekend to the University’s Recognition Policy for Greek chapters that will ban alcohol, drugs or hazing from fraternity and sorority recruitment and new member education.
The Board of Trustees, which is convening on campus this weekend, is expected to vote on an amendment to the University’s Recognition Policy that seeks to ban alcohol, drugs, and hazing from recruitment and new member education.