Talk:Dartmouth College Greek organizations/Archive 1
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- SAE needs cleanup/rewriting/detailing as does KDE --Seanadams 01:03, 18 March 2006 (UTC)
- Although Panarchy isn't actually a Greek house. If we include it, we'd definitely have to include Amarna as well. However, this article is, at least right now, about only officially-recognized CFS houses. May I suggest that we make a new article in the same spirit as this such as Dartmouth College Non-Greek houses or Dartmouth College social organizations? That could include Panarchy, Amarna, any others like them, and the international, ethnic, etc houses. --└ Smith120bh/TALK ┐ 05:48, 18 March 2006 (UTC)
- Well, Panarchy started out as Phi Psi before it became Panarchy.
- I think Theta Delt's entry needs to be tweaked some since Robert Frost never graduated from Dartmouth (he only attended for one term).
- All of these have been addressed in the recent rewrite.--Kharker 21:56, 16 March 2007 (UTC)
Delta Sigma Theta?
- I have just completed an extensive expansion/rewrite of the article. The only major point of fact about which I am uncertain is the current status of Delta Sigma Theta. Are they still a viable sorority? As far as I can tell from articles in The Dartmouth, they were expecting to have only one member after spring 2004, and were reprimanded for something or other related to new members in 2004 summer. They are not listed amongst the other CFS houses on the current 2007 ORL web site, and the Delta Sigma Theta national web site lists four Dartmouth chapter members as suspended for a three year term that started in September, 2004. So, I'm inclined to think that they are defunct as of September 2004, but I cannot find any actual proof online of that.--Kharker 22:56, 15 March 2007 (UTC)