by Amanda Stutevoss
In a late Wednesday decision, the Greek Review Board has decided to reinstate the Cal Rho Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity pending specifications and certain restrictions.
The fraternity was reinstated because its members did everything that was detailed in their suspension letter after the first review.
The Greek Review Board, will release all the restrictions for reinstatement in a letter today.
The fraternity was suspended in spring 2002 because of violations to the Inter-fraternity rush regulations.
The Phi Delts were suspended after they paid to have two strippers at an event, which included 13 potential new members during the last night of rush last spring. in violation of several IFC rules, including the “good taste” rule.
The fraternity has spent the last year doing various community service events, including coordinating a women’s seminar about about violence in relationships.