Greek Life

The Eta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta women’s fraternity at the University of Michigan was disbanded Monday.

The announcement of the new special task force comes just short of one year after three sororities and three fraternities on campus faced sanctions from the University.

Top University administrators addressed Greek life culture Thursday.

E. Royster Harper, vice president for student life, speaks to students at a town hall in March, 2015.

The University will also pay increased attention to "rogue" fraternity houses.

Members of Greek life wait in line to enter a community meeting held by University administrators at Hill Auditorium on Thursday.

The meeting marked the first of its kind, in which members of every University Greek life chapter gathered for the first time in their 170-year history on campus.