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DSU continues to stymie sorority effort

November 6, 2013

by Casie Forbes

ST. GEORGE - Dixie State University officials are not wavering from their decision to deny an attempt to establish a Greek life system on campus, but a DSU student refuses to accept the institution's decision.

Earlier this year, DSU administrators denied an application to approve a sorority club using the Greek letters Phi Beta Pi founded by DSU student Indigo Klabanoff, stating the club would not coincide with the institution's mission. Administrators also voiced concerns that a Greek life program would hinder efforts to eliminate its "party school" reputation as it rebrands itself as a university...

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