Kansas sororities back fraternity social activities freeze
March 15, 2018
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Leaders of sororities at the University of Kansas say they support a decision to suspend all social activities for fraternities until a "significantly safer" environment is created at the school.
The Panhellenic Association, which governs most of sororities at Kansas, said in a statement Wednesday that it would rejoin social activities with fraternities once they complete a strategic plan to improve conditions.
The Infraternity Council, which oversees 24 fraternities at Kansas, on Monday announced the self-imposed freeze on all social activities because of "systemic...
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