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Greek Suppression at Dixie State

October 31, 2013

by Susan Kruth

For over a year, Dixie State University senior Indigo Klabanoff has been fighting to start a local sorority at her public Utah university. The sorority would be dedicated to providing services for the community and learning opportunities for its members. But Dixie State administrators have flatly stated that Indigo's sorority, Phi Beta Pi, will not be approved as an officially recognized student group so long as it has Greek letters in its name...

Schools: Dixie State University Cases: Dixie State University: School Rejects Student Group Because Its Name Includes Greek Letters