September 23, 2009
The refreshingly frat-friendly Dean Crady left under a cloud of questions: perhaps because of his more casual attitude towards administrative intrusion into greek life or perhaps for his own personal ambition to become a College President. The proof is in the pudding, perhaps, and the pudding in this case is the to-be-announced Alcohol Management Program policy to be distributed later today (this afternoon). Frats have been fighting tooth and nail to get greater leniency in terms of its event management (kegs) and punitive consequences (to be not put on probation). The announcement today is expected to be more of the same hard-line we've seen so far, further retarding progress and raising questions on the political reasons for Crady's departure.
Posted by Arnold Tungsten at 2:55 AM