The Vanderbilt Hustler

The fraternities and sororities on Greek Row have immense problems, but these organizations—and the people within them—are not irredeemable. (Emily Gonçalves/Hustler Multimedia)

GUEST EDITORIAL: How Abolish Greek Life gets it wrong

July 24, 2020

I cannot support the movement to abolish Greek life in its current iteration with a clear conscience.

Greek Row is home to the ten IFC and ten Panhellenic fraternity and sorority houses. Abolitionists want to see these spaces reallocated for the benefit of the whole Vanderbilt community. (Hustler Staff)

Behind the movement to abolish IFC and Panhellenic chapters

July 20, 2020

Both formerly Greek and non-Greek students have taken to social media calling for Vanderbilt to abolish IFC and Panhellenic Greek life on campus.

Greek Life is mangled and sunken. (Photo provided by Max Schulman)

SCHULMAN: Drop.

July 14, 2020

I was the Diversity & Inclusion Chair for my fraternity; reform wasn’t enough.

The Chi Omega sorority house on Greek Row.

Greek leaders take a critical look at chapter-ranking website, Greekrank

July 11, 2020

The fate of Greek life on our campus is unknown, but leaders have found culprits like Greekrank to be partially at fault for the negativity surrounding the national social organizations.