Becky Druetzler, director of Greek life, no longer works at Butler University. Frank Ross, vice president for student affairs notified Greek life leaders of her departure via email on Feb. 1.
Instead of passively waiting for Lambda to decide whether or not to reestablish themselves, Butler is actively coaxing them back onto campus by paying architects and designers to create a feasible vision for the new house.
Butler University is currently in talks with the international chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha regarding a possible return to campus.
Butler has a very strong and active Greek culture dedicated to philanthropy and service through special events annually
After weeks of uncertainty surrounding the event and rule changes that work to bridge the gap between Greek and independent students, no independent groups and only nine Greek houses are registered for the April 19 event.
Independent students on campus have a very unique experience in comparison to those apart of Greek life.
The Butler Greek life tradition is postponed indefinitely citing violation of national organization policies.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, nine historically black fraternities and sororities, is a community of leaders and achievers in the Butler Community.
After a peak in the number of students joining Greek houses in 2017, this year’s numbers return to reflect those of 2016.
In a period of fraternity probations and closings on campus, Butler’s Greek community reacts to the decision that 13 Ball State fraternities will go dry until February 2018.