Thursday, August 30, 2007

Boise State Wants Greek Life to Grow

BSU Looks to Grow More Greek Life

With a record number of students enrolled at Boise State University, the campus hopes to see a rise in the number of students participating in Greek Life.

"A lot of the students on campus don't actually know that there are Greeks on campus, let a lone what a Greek is," said Kappa Sigma president Craig Whitten.

One problem Boise State must overcome to see the expansion is for its fraternities and sororities to have their own houses on campus where new members can call home.

"It's not going to be the houses that will hold 75 to 120 people that's just not feasible for a metropolitan university," a campus official said.

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