Sorority plans

November 17, 2013

In the months since Dixie State University denied student Indigo Klabanoff's request to start a sorority on campus, both parties have stood their ground.

DSU officials maintain they don't want to perpetuate a "party school" image by approving a sorority and that other endeavors are a higher priority at the moment. Klabanoff says that DSU "can't just pick and choose what club names they like and don't like because it's freedom of expression, and it's a constitutional right...

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