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A meeting took place a few weeks ago among representatives of the Westhampton College Government Association, the Panhellenic Executive Association and Alison Bartel Keller, director of student activities. The topic of discussion was the new regulations that were put in place this year regarding current women of Greek life requesting or accepting Facebook friend requests from first-year or sophomore women who plan to join a sorority in January.
University of Richmond administrators have placed the Omicron colony of Theta Chi on suspended status while an investigation is being conducted, said Michael Mayer, executive director of Theta Chi Fraternity International Headquarters.
The new sorority and student activities cottages opened their doors to students and alumni on Saturday afternoon after three years of planning and decades of anticipation.
Free T-shirts, a live disc jockey, a photo booth and painting drew students to the grand opening of "The Web," Richmond's new student center.
This month a new canned-food drive at University of Richmond will help feed the hungry by giving food and money to the Central Virginia Food Bank.
The number of first-year women rushing sororities is up 10 percent from last year at the University of Richmond, said Alison Keller, who has been the director of Greek Life for the past 27 years.
The revised lodge policy, which requires attendees to register by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday for any lodge party occurring that weekend, will now limit the number of lodge parties students can register to attend to two.
Richmond officials developed a new guest-list policy for fraternity lodges which became effective yesterday.
On Saturday, Sept. 18, the dynamics of a typical lodge will be completely different: the parties will start at 9 a.m., and liquor will be permitted.
During the early hours of Oct. 21, Henrico Police cited 35 people for unlawful purchase or possession of alcohol at an off-campus party on Center Ridge Drive, where four Richmond College students live.