The vote in favor of sorority recognition is not final, but rather one of several factors SGA will consider when it decides on Nov. 29.
Students registering for classes were given the opportunity to vote in the non-binding poll, and 51 percent had participated as of last Monday.
As religious groups search for the right amenities on campus, Barnard continues to ponder a prayer room initiative that has failed to gain significant traction.
Today, Barnard students will have the opportunity to vote on whether or not the Student Government Association should recognize Greek life.
Barnard held a town hall to discuss its reaccreditation progress, which it intends to finish in 2011.
Avis Hinkson, BC ’84, will step in as dean of Barnard in February, replacing Dorothy Denburg.
As SGA continues to discuss the possibility of formally recognizing Greek life, an internal committee plans to present three possibilities for moving forward with campus discussion.
The committee last month interviewed eight semi-finalists, and three finalists are all alumnae of women’s colleges.
Both Barnard and Columbia students turned out Monday to discuss BC's role in Greek life. Many pushed Barnard's Student Government Association to formally recognize sororities.
Barnard's Student Government Association is currently determining how to best move forward on the discussion on sorority recognition.
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