Multicultural Greek Groups Seek to Expand Reach

For those who desire a unique cultural experience from fraternities or sororities, the Multicultural Greek Letter Council offers several options. While most who take part in multicultural rush come from minority groups, the organizations stress that by no means do they exclude based on race.
This year, MGLC recruitment has seen an increase in interest, which corresponds with an increase in prospective rushees across Greek organizations on campus. Over the past few years, “Greek life has expanded,” said Nicholas Diaz ’10, president of MGLC. “We’ve gone from four chapters to 17.” 

IFC Elects New Board at Elections

Executive board elections were held last night for the Interfraternity Council. Four executive positions were up for election, with each fraternity receiving a vote in each election.
Eddie Rooker ’10, a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ran unopposed for president. In a highly contested race, Allen Miller ’11, a member of Kappa Delta Rho, beat out five candidates for the position of executive vice president. In another highly contested race, four candidates ran for vice president for judicial, with Philip van der Made ’10, a member of Delta Chi, winning the election.
Eric Blair ’10, a member of Alpha Delta Phi, was elected vice president for recruitment out of two candidates.