The father of a WVU student who suffered brain injuries after falling down the WVU Sigma Alpha Epsilon house in November is suing the fraternity and others.
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WVU President E. Gordon Gee discussed next year’s tuition, campus carry and the Spruce Street snow day riot among other issues in an interview with the DA staff on Thursday.
The DA obtained WVU Police Department body camera footage from the Feb. 1 Spruce Street gathering, which was dispersed with pepper balls, smoke grenades and a long-range acoustic device.
Eleven individuals have been served arrest warrants over their involvement in the Spruce Street riots on Feb. 1.
The WVU chapter of the NAACP issued a statement on Wednesday to the University disapproving the way WVU handled its investigation into the hanging baby doll, which had a blackened face, found at the Alpha Phi sorority house.
Eleven individuals have been served arrest warrants over their involvement in the Spruce Street riots from Feb. 1.
Update: Headline and article changed to include WVU news release information on Sunday night. Additional information from the international sorority added in at 3:30 p.m. on Monday. Information from Morgantown public information officer added at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
TJ and Kim Burch remember their son as a happy and active child.
Despite multiple requests, the University did not provide information by publication time about what caused WVU’s chapter of Alpha Phi to be suspended and put under investigation.
An anti-hazing bill aimed at protecting students involved in organizations outside of University control unanimously passed the Senate last week.
The way sexual assault and harassment cases are handled on campus could undergo significant changes if the rules proposed by the Trump Administration were to take effect.
More than two months after a fall on fraternity steps, WVU student David Rusko remains in an intensive care unit.
During this time of the semester, you will start to see a lot of advertisements, social media posts and people out promoting their specific fraternities on campus. It is normal to think to yourself, “What is the deal with fraternities and why are these guys so passionate about this?” Well, h…
Three students agreed to a permanent separation from WVU after an investigation into a student's fall at a fraternity house, according to a University news release.
Administrators of the estate of Nolan Burch, the WVU student who died during a fraternity-related pledge event in 2014, agreed to settle its wrongful death case for $3 million, according to court documents.
When the 2019 West Virginia Legislative Session begins Wednesday, WVU will be lobbying for legislation relating to the higher education budget, anti-hazing laws and campus carry.
WVU students and faculty were kept busy all of 2018.
David Rusko’s family spent Christmas with him at Ruby Memorial Hospital.
After the tragic and untimely death of a childhood friend, former WVU SGA Representative Roger Brent Scott is committed to advocating for pedestrian safety to ensure something similar doesn’t happen again.
The state paid $250,000 to settle a lawsuit between WVU and the family of a student who died at a fraternity house in 2014, according to a report from the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
We write in response to the front page story, “Documents Detail Reported Violations by Greeks,” in the November 5 DA. The article, which is punctuated throughout with factual errors and misrepresentations, illustrates all too well why Phi Sigma Kappa and four other fraternities have elected …
A WVU student was hospitalized after falling down the steps of the WVU Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on Saturday, according to University spokeswoman April Kaull.
The WVU Panhellenic Association (PHA) sent a letter to its sororities earlier this week saying a recruitment program similar to the new one rolled out for fraternities would not work.
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Emails between the Morgantown fire chief and police chief show an interest by city officials to take more control over fraternity events.
The WVU Interfraternity Council (IFC) announced Monday afternoon it would be walking back its deferred recruitment policy and implementing a pilot program allowing first semester freshmen to rush.
Despite all the benefits that Greek life can provide to students, what usually comes to people’s minds when they think of fraternities and sororities is hazing.
The five disassociated fraternities in Morgantown have formed an independent Interfraternity (IFC) chapter in Morgantown, according to a press release from the IFC’s new Twitter account on Monday.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee discussed Greek life and new University advancements during his State of the University address on Monday at the Erickson Alumni Center.
West Virginia University is home to many successful alumni.
Sigma Chi’s international office sent out a letter of support for Morgantown’s Mu Mu chapter of Sigma Chi Thursday night and condemned the University for its treatment of the fraternity over the last couple years.
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