Curation of Ann Arbor’s Greek Life

In the past, Ann Arbor has not always had the best name for Greek Life. There are many negatives that have led to today’s situation.

On Thursday, November 9, all Greek Life activities were suspended at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. Hazing and sexual misconduct was occurring, even though both of those issues are illegal at the university. During the weekend of the football game versus Michigan State, there were “30 hospital transports.”

Now as of 2018, it is being required that if those that wish to participate in Greek Life, they must complete 12 credit hours at the University. This means that no freshmen would be allowed to be recruited until the winter semester. It is now an issue of how housing is going to be effected.

A meeting with a greek life advisor is now mandatory due to Ann Arbor’s campus, which is effective at every branch.

Author: Chanel

Chanel Stitt is a Journalist at the University of Michigan - Dearborn working towards her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, minoring in Women's and Gender Studies with a Certificate in Public Relations. She has worked at five local publications based in Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Detroit.

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