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Greek life has always had its problems with underage and binge drinking Though lately it seems like the number of problems and even deaths due to binge drinking has been on the rise To try curbing these problems the Pan-Hellenic council which is the governing body of all sororities on CMUs campus has decided to drastically change one of their alcohol policies This change has come in the form of article 12 which states that no sorority or sorority member may partake in any party at a fraternity house were alcohol is present On the other hand fraternities here at CMU are not showing the same support for article twelve that sororities have With this mixed reaction for article 12 it is going to be hard to instill and enforce the rule to fraternity and sorority members First lets take a look at CMUs past alcohol policies that fraternities and sororities had to abide by According to Central Michigans web site on alcohol awareness fraternities have had a consistent alcohol policy that has stayed the same since they have been registered organizations on CMUs campus Fraternities are allowed to drink in their houses and have parties with alcohol present The only restrictions that they have is that they are not allowed to have full keg barrels in their houses and they must provide a beer check at all their parties 1 A beer check is a place were sorority and fraternity members who are attending the party may check in their beer with a sober brother for safe keeping The check can come in the form of a number of things It may be a cooler filled with ice or even a full sized refrigerator On the other hand Sororities had a much different alcohol policy in the past All sorority houses are dry which means that they are always drug and alcohol free This rule still remains in effect and is strictly enforced Also
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