Zeta Beta Tau national decided to suspend operations at Columbia after the members of Columbia’s chapter resigned their membership in the organization, ZBT announced Wednesday morning.
Recognizing our shared responsibility to prevent hazing on campus.
Administrators determined that this celebration constituted an unregistered party, and was thus a violation of ZBT's social probation following a hazing incident.
Student Affairs and Zeta Beta Tau officials would not deny rumors Wednesday night that Columbia’s ZBT chapter has lost its brownstone.
From the Brownstone Review Committee last fall, to the assignment of new East Campus townhouses this winter, to Zeta Beta Tau’s hazing infraction—which jeopardized the fraternity’s charter—Greek life was in the news throughout the year.
Columbia's administration can create a rapport with the student body by being explicit and clear in its actions.
Six groups won special interest housing in the former convent brownstones and a Wallach Hall space, and two fraternities received EC townhouses, the Special Interest Housing Committee announced Wednesday.
The Greek judicial board recommended this week to dismantle the Columbia chapter of Zeta Beta Tau, but the fraternity will appeal the decision, national leadership said Thursday.
In an interview Wednesday, the deans talked about the brownstone review procedure, new oversight mechanisms for special interest communities, and the reasoning that limits Alpha Chi Omega to two Barnard residents in its brownstone
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.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
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