Colorful dresses, constant chatter, warm hugs, and the sound of smooth jazz filled Roone Arledge Auditorium in Lerner Hall as AXO sisters and alumnae gathered on Sunday to celebrate their new brownstone on 114th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
We begin the spring semester with wide-eyed optimism and hope not to be disappointed.
We review what this fall has brought Columbia.
In an email resigning as chair of the Greek Judicial Board, Matthew Renick blasted the administration for not giving AEPi and Pi Kappa Alpha their old brownstones back.
Now that AXO, Lambda, and Q House have their brownstones, Columbia should ensure that all groups in brownstones fulfill their promises by implementing a regular review process.
Alpha Chi Omega was the only Panhellenic Council sorority without a brownstone, although it has an East Campus townhouse. Lambda Phi Epsilon, the Asian-American interest fraternity, currently has an East Campus townhouse, and Q House is based out of a Ruggles Hall suite.
A committee of four administrators and six students reviewed the finalists and made recommendations to Student Affairs administrators, who made the final decision.
There are several flaws in the way Dean Terry Martinez and Kevin Shollenberger are marketing the new residence hall on 113th.
The Brownstone Review Committee selected Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Lambda Phi Epsilon, Manhattan House by the Native American Council, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Q House as finalists for three brownstones last month. Winners will be announced by Nov. 30.
The list of groups in the running for three 114th Street brownstones has been whittled down to six. The finalists include three fraternities and one sorority.
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