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New sorority dining plan sparks controversy, criticism

Sorority women face higher prices and less flexilibity with new meal plan. 
Photo by Savannah Kimble ‘18.

Katrina Lewis

September 26, 2016

For the first time, Washington and Lee Dining Services is requiring sorority members to purchase a larger meal plan than their fraternal and independent counterparts.         Sorority women living in Greek housing are now the only students, other than first-years, who must purchase the continuou...

UPDATE: Meal plan for sorority women

Rachel Stone

November 17, 2015

Starting this week, sorority women will be able to eat chapter dinner on Monday night without using a swipe. The new standard meal plan for sorority women only had five meal swipes each week, so women had to either skip a lunch or not eat chapter dinner. With this update, the women can still eat lunch...

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