Sororites able to have houses but choose not to

March 12, 2015 0

By Ashley Shuler “We can’t have sorority houses because there’s a law in Johnson County that says that no more than six unrelated girls can live together without it being considered a brothel.” Nothing Read More

Deactivations lead to more Greek bids

March 7, 2015 0

By Ashley Shuler Ten students have deactivated from a sorority or fraternity so far this year. Greek Life Coordinator Natalie Brewster said the number is on par with other years and that her office hasn’t Read More

Hamilton auditorium gets a facelift after 50 years

February 21, 2015 1

By Ashley Over winter term, the Hamilton Library auditorium received new seat backs, carpet, swing-away tabletops and energy efficient LED lights, as well as a refinished stage. A $25,000 bequest from the Mary Hamilton Read More

Hadley, Weatherspoon unveil nonviolence book

February 7, 2015 0

By Ashley Shuler Professor Diana Hadley, a lifelong Quaker and educator of 43 years, and David Weatherspoon, current hospital chaplain and previous campus minister of 10 years, presented their new book on nonviolence Saturday. Read More

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