is greek life dying at wpu?by: ???
#2 by: WIlly P. Alumnus
Greek life was thriving during the 80's and early 90's. We had a total of 12 fraternities (10 National & 2 local) and 7 sororities (6 National & 1 local). It started to decline by late 90's and well into the 2000's. There were so many Greeks on campus back then that were involved with many school events, SGA, SAPB, etc. and now to see only three fraternities and three sororities remaining is very sad. I do not see this lasting too much longer. It is now on life support.
#3 by: IFC
Here is the breakdown of Greek life over the past 40 years....
Fraternities: Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon
Sororities: Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Sigma, Theta Phi Alpha
Alpha Phi Delta- 1987-2013
Alpha Sigma Phi- 1980-2006/ 2009-2011
Beta Phi Epsilon (local)- 1980-1999
Kappa Delta Rho- 1991- 2005
Tau Delta Phi- 1972-1979
Tau Epsilon Phi- 1988- 1998
Tau Phi Beta (local)- 1987-2004
Zeta Beta Tau- 1981-2003
Alpha Sigma Alpha- 1989-2001
Alpha Sigma Tau- 1990-2015
Beta Zeta Phi (local)- 1991- 2000
Delta Zeta- 1973-1980
Kappa Beta Gamma- 1996-2002
There are way too many inactive Greeks compared to active Greeks. This is not looking good.\n\n\n\n\n
#4 by: Greek Life isn't dying
Why is this discussion only centered around the white fraternities and sororities? IFC and NPC aren't the only type of orgs on campus - there is UCGC (Multicultural and Latino orgs) and NPHC (Black orgs). In fact, there are many more culturally based orgs than there are historically white.
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