Greek life is a large activity here, but it’s not always for everyone. There are quite a few people who choose to not participate, but how are they supposed to feel while their friends are all in Greek life and they are not?
Expectations for the respective processes of fraternities and sororities during recruitment are consistently inconsistent, leading to frustration among some members of the Greek community.
Let’s face it: Greek life prioritizes men, and there are a plethora of double standards to prove it.
Sororities plan to have an entirely virtual recruitment, while fraternities opted for a hybrid model.
Multimedia Reporter Tori Dennis talks to members of different Greek houses on campus to see how recruitment will be in 2021.
After a peak in the number of students joining Greek houses in 2017, this year’s numbers return to reflect those of 2016.
The new fraternity is working to cement a future for their Men of Principle initiative.
The Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps exists on Butler’s campus, and 12 students are enrolled in the program. However, in the past, Butler’s ROTC programs were the largest student organizations on campus. Ross McKee, military science instructor and ROTC adviser, said he believes the low numbers are due to a mixture of two things. “I…