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Sexualization by fraternities is a major issue

by Sam Mason, Staff Writer // February 12, 2020

When I committed to San Diego State my senior year of high school, the one thing I heard time and time again was, “To survive at SDSU, you have to be...

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Presidential task force recommends new policies in light of student death in fall semester

by Michael Cline, Assistant News Editor // January 24, 2020

Members of the Presidential Task Force on Student Activities and Safety, convened in the wake of the death of a San Diego State freshman in the fall,...

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Opinion: SDSU party culture is exclusive to Greek life

Opinion: SDSU party culture is exclusive to Greek life

by Athena Jreji, Contributor // November 6, 2019

For decades, San Diego State has carried the reputation of a “party school.”  By definition, a party school is a university known for heavy alcohol...

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Sigma Nu was removed from campus by their national chapter after confirmed violations to the chapters alcohol policy.

Sigma Nu fraternity ousted from campus by national chapter

by Bella Ross, News Editor // October 23, 2018

A little more than two weeks after San Diego State's Interfraternity Council voted to end its party ban, San Diego State’s chapter of Sigma Nu has been...

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The fraternity recruitment process, explained

The fraternity recruitment process, explained

by Shauny Silas, Staff Writer // October 17, 2018

Fraternity recruitment is held the first week of fall and spring semester every year, giving students the chance to become part of one of the 15 Greek...

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SDSUs Interfraternity Council unanimously voted on Oct. 4 to to end a months-long social moratorium and impose a ban on hard alcohol.

IFC unanimously votes to end fraternity party ban, impose ban on hard alcohol

by Sofia Bert, Senior Staff Writer // October 4, 2018

The San Diego State Interfraternity Council voted unanimously to end the self-imposed social moratorium and to impose a hard alcohol ban during a meeting...

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