KU Questions Value Of 'Greek Life' Amid Rape Charge Crisis

A week of controversy has once again triggered an existential debate over a controversial old school institution.

Here's the money line from a recent column . . .

"The statistical connection between Greek life and sexual assault is damning, too.

"Men in fraternities are 300% more likely to commit rape, and women in sororities are 74% more likely to be raped than other college women. Why are universities still supporting Greek organizations when this is the data that exists?"

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Should the abolition of Greek life be considered?

What started as a typical Monday night in Lawrence quickly evolved into something much bigger when thousands gathered outside the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house to protest the chapter amid a reported drugging and sexual assault.