Fraternity and Sorority Life publishes spring 2013 figures

Appalachian State University’s Fraternity and Sorority Life released spring 2013 figures and statistics, which indicated a break from Greek stereotypes.

The report showed success among Greek Life members in academics and community service since a retreat in January that fraternity and sorority leaders on campus attended.

“One main thing that was talked about was perception and how we wanted to be viewed as leaders on our campus and not as lazy students, or the stereotypical fraternity or sorority member,” said Appalachian Panhellenic Association President Kathryn Cannon. “With the help of many, we have met many of our benchmarks as to ‘breaking the stereotype.’”

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