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The Fraternity house Alpha Gamma Rho sits in the middle of the lawn with nobody in sight, Sept. 17.

Frats and sororities adjust to new COVID-19 rules from University

Irene Choi, Assistant News Editor September 23, 2020

For most Vermont students, summer was spent with socially distanced friends, spending time outside and preparing for the fall semester.  For Ryan McCarthy, UVM senior and Interfraternity Council President,...

SGA looks at tax break for FSL

SGA looks at tax break for FSL

Zoe Stern, Cynic News Reporter October 24, 2019

The vice president of SGA and an SGA senator are exploring the possibility of returning fraternities and sororities back to property tax-exemption status in Vermont. The state bill which overturned...

‘Sorority Life’ piece: rude and misinformed

April 8, 2016

Dear Editor,This is in regards to the “Reflections on sorority life” piece that was recently published. Not only is it offensive to a large number of UVM students, but it is horribly misinformed. As...

An honest response to last week’s ‘sorority life’ piece

March 31, 2016

Dear editor,In case this message finds its way into the hands of a reader who may not have seen the article I am referencing, yet another uninspired satirical list of offensive stereotypes about sorority...

Reflections on sorority life

Reflections on sorority life

Daltrey Burris March 23, 2016

[media-credit name="ALYSSA HANDELMANN" align="alignnone" width="403"][/media-credit] To my innumerable hordes of female readers, While I lack any semblance of official affiliation with Greek life,...

New law taxes Greeks

New law taxes Greeks

John Riedel, Staff Writer November 11, 2014

MAEVE CUTTS The Vermont Cynic Director of Student Life Pat Brown discusses the impact of Sorority and Fraternity houses paying property taxes in his office Nov. 7. Fraternities and sororities may...

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