January 24, 2006


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LEWISBURG, Pa. - Increased media coverage of incidents involving alcohol, hazing, and sexual assault have raised scrutiny of fraternities and sororities nationwide. More schools are demanding accountability and positive outcomes from the Greeks.

At Bucknell, there's a renewed emphasis on Greek founding values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character, which complements the university mission itself and is welcomed by President Brian C. Mitchell.

"We need to encourage a Greek community that sees itself as part of the university's strategic plan and understands what contributions it can make to university life," Mitchell says.

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