National Panhellenic Conference Chairman plays a role in providing voice for the Greek community at UVA

New York Times

After graphic allegations about occurrences at a fraternity house at the University of Virginia, university officials are trying to make positive changes and move forward with the situation. Another group trying to provide a voice and change during this process is the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), a national sorority organization. Jean Mrasek, the organization’s chairman, feels that the university improperly maligned and punished the Greek system and was not satisfied with the president’s original statements. Mrasek wants to make sure that people understand that members of Greek organizations are “good and decent people.” To see more about this story and what else Mrasek has to say on the matter, read this detailed article from the New York Times.

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