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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Greek Life - I

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

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Interfraternity Council

Citation: A. Wesley Roehm, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1928), p. 182.

The president of each Greek letter organization on the campus is a member, ex-officio, of the Interfraternity Board. The Board has instituted the use of uniform pledge cards, sees to the enforcement of pledging rules, and handles all matters pertaining to the interrelations of the fraternal organizations. It is a unit of the co-operative student government system.

Citation: Doris Hauser, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1940), p. 68.

Rushing, pledging, and initiation, and all other campus fraternity and sorority problems ore thrown into the lop of the Interfraternity Board. This board consists of the presidents of the fraternities and the sororities and three faculty advisors- Mrs. Tudor, Mr. Ficken, and Mr. Surrarrer.

Pan-Hellenic Council and the Greek Council ore a part of the Interfraternity Board. The Pan-Hellenic is affiliated with the national Pan-Hellenic Council for sororities. Jean Newby has been its chairman, assisted by Councillor Dean Ruth Baur.

The Greek Council is the association of the fraternities. The position of faculty advisor as well as chairman has been filled this year by Dr. Ficken.

Citation: Glenn F. Wickes, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1941), pp. 20-21.

All matters common to both fraternities and sororities-just plain headaches-are the problems of the Interfraternity Board. This imposing group consists of the presidents of the fraternities and sororities and faculty advisors, Mrs. Tudor, Dr. Ficken, and Dr. Surrarrer. All solutions of the problems rest principally on the shoulders of the chairman, Dr. Surrarrer.

The feminine brains (Pan-Hellenic Council) and the masculine brawn (Greek Council) are equally represented. Although the Greeks had no word for it, the women usually have the last word. The National Pan-Hellenic Council claims ours as one of its members.

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