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FRAT

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Falls Risk Assessment Tool, see there
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In the early 2000s, many UO fraternities and sororities joined a national movement to dry out member houses.
As African American students in predominantly white colleges and historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) began to apply for and gain membership in Greek fraternities and sororities the necessity of a parallel Greek organization that mirrored African American social experience came into existence.
The editors move the reader along a continuum from the founding of fraternities and sororities in 1906 to an examination of the issues that confront contemporary BGLOs.
On the campus level, efforts have included general alcohol education programming to all students, as well as targeted educational efforts geared for members of fraternities and sororities.
In addition to the gender analysis, the data were examined according to membership in fraternities and sororities.
The deep loyalty felt by generations of Greek system alumni is one kind of testimony to the enduring appeal of fraternities and sororities.
By the beginning of the 1993 fall quarter, nearly all fraternities and sororities had signed "recognition agreements" based on the provisions outlined in the task force report.
This form of self-expression has transcended African-American Greek letter organizations and is now shared by many multicultural fraternities and sororities, including both Hispanic and Asian groups.
In the 2014-2015 school year, Hillsdale's fraternities and sororities performed more than 8,600 hours of community service.
Stabile said the university should not ignore research that shows that students involved in athletics and fraternities and sororities "play disproportional roles in sexual violence" on campus.
Fraternities and sororities are at the core of numerous institutions' social traditions.
Fitchburg State College also has Greek programs, with 130 students in five national fraternities and sororities.