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Phi Zeta Delta’s letters have been scrubbed from the group’s former house, which has been converted to over-flow housing. The fraternity won’t be allowed on campus until 2027.

Phi Zeta Delta suspended for 5 years

Emma Malinak and Shauna Muckle September 25, 2023

One of Red Square’s two remaining fraternity houses had already been converted to overflow housing by the time students arrived on campus this year. Phi Zeta Delta, colloquially known as Phi Delt,...

The front of the Pi Beta Phi chapter house, a building at least three stories tall with white columns and a brick first story with several columns and archways between them.

Pi Beta Phi placed on probation until 2024

Bri Hatch and Shauna Muckle April 11, 2023

Editors' note: For this piece, the Ring-tum Phi reached out to three administrators, a Panhellenic Council executive, and six active, involved members of Pi Beta Phi, including President Kaylin Jury and...

A group of Black men perform a step routine on a stage in a gym, surrounded by an audience. Symbols of Black Greek life organizations hang in the background.

W&L hosts step show competition to increase visibility, honor Black culture

Lily Mott, Staff Writer February 14, 2023

For Naija Barakat, the president of Washington and Lee’s Student Association for Black Unity (SABU), the Feb. 11 National Pan-Hellenic Council Step Show Competition was a right of passage. Barakat’s...

Three Black women wearing colorful draped robes dance on a stage.

Students explore legacy, mental health through Black History Month programming

Catherine McKean, Arts & Life Editor February 14, 2023

Since 1976, Black History Month has been observed every February in the United States as a celebration of the history and culture of Black people as well as their many contributions to the country. For...

Sasha Edwards, ‘20, (left) and MaKayla Lorick, ‘19, (right) are both members of the Tau Zeta chapter of AKA and lead the way for their Walk Out event on Oct. 20. Photo by Laura Calhoun, ‘20.

Alpha Kappa Alpha reignites on campus, members hope to spur more involvement

Laura Calhoun November 6, 2018
MaKayla Lorick, ‘19, says she hopes AKA’s legacy at the university doesn’t stop with her
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