National sorority organization feels U-Va. Greek system freeze is a violation of student rights


The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), a national organization that represents 26 sororities, believes that the ongoing ban on all Greek system activities at the University of Virginia is a violation of students’ rights. In a statement released by the organization, they state, “We believe it does not serve the goal of changing campus culture and eliminating sexual assault to shut down the business activity of our fraternity and sorority chapters.”  Read this Washing Post article to see more details regarding NPC’s statement and more on the situation at the university.

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