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Very well written editorial Kim and I could not agree with you more. Unfortunately, this is nothing new for the school. As an original member of Kappa Sigma at LMU, I have been through all of the same experiences that SAE appears to be 'enjoying' now. I wish them the best of luck but I ca…

Kevin, do you not believe that there are Catholic women who are pro-life? The trustees decision couldn't possibly have been because it's a Catholic university upholding a widespread Catholic belief now could it? No you're probably right.. liberal arts Loyola Marymount in California is so c…

First poster hit this spot on.. Feels very much like a witch hunt for an organization that Greek Council and the LMU administration is unhappy with. So what do they do to deal with the organization, one they don't have any legal control over? They take it out on the students involved publi…

I posted this on the ASLMU Facebook but since I assume it will be deleted from there I will post here as well:

Bryan Ruiz,

I no longer attend LMU, therefore I have no official dog in this fight. However, I can tell you that in my eyes you have done nothing wrong and I fully suppo…

As a former President of Kappa Sigma's Pi-Beta chapter I think it is worth noting that clearly the ASLMU and Greek Life organizations aren't addressing the needs of its current students. Why else would 2 organizations be willing to colonize outside of the campus and essentially be sacrifici…

All do respect to Greek president Joe Dzida but I don't think he's been around the situation long enough to make a statement like "we have to show we deserve it."

I feel like we have represented our fraternity, our University, and ourselves extremely well and we would be more…

I'm curious as to why Kappa Sigma, an already established fraternity not currently recognized at LMU, is not one of the considered organizations.

I was told several years ago that the facilities were the primary reason behind no expansion but that no longer seems to be the case.