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"1 do think that they're being cut a huge break," he said.
"My sanc- tion is giving them one last shot to get their act together and to prove them- selves as strong organizations here on campus." Rut fraternity presidents are con- cerned that the cancellation of spring Rush will be detrimental to youngei and smaller chapters who need new members tor financial reasons and to prevent drastically low numbers after graduation.
The programs that we have to educate them on these issues would not be taken .seriously if we let them have Rush,." Stack said According to Pugliese, "1 think they should take this opportunity not to look at it as if we're trying to kill the fraternity system. We're trying to give the fraternity system another chance to take some time, reflect on their pur- pose, become stronger and become more effective in the communitv here," said Villanovans for Life fight to leave Peace and Justice PHOTO BY SHARON oui divervitv and talks about discus sion, but there is no discu.ssion what soever in Peace and Justice," said Kusnierczyk She alvi claimed that VFL is being held to a double stan dard when the CPJF encourages w to expand its focus "You can let the feminists deal with only women, but then you force VFL to deal with ev erything," she said In particular.
Kusnierczyk said that people in the center have pushed VFI Jo support lite ivsues other than abortion issues, m eluding war.
Villanova chapter pitsidciits also question whether the sanctions will solve any ot the attitude problems in Greek life rhey want the attitudes to be revamped." said Ken Matthews, Phi Sigma Kappa president.
If), \'N(: Offensive remarks kill spring Rush By SEAN KELLY Senior Reporter Dean ot Students, the Rev. An appeal was made by the fraternities Tuesday, but a final decision on the case was not made until after publication.
"What they're not hearing is that we really want them to get their acts together — they're not hearing that.
What 1 would like to do is have them see this semester as a time for you and your group to sit back and say. t and have some reflection about some of these issues.
"If nothing else had hap- pened, say we were in a vacuum and all of the sudden this happens, this is serious enough in itself," said Stack.
"It's the kind of statement that plays into the stereotypes that people have about fratemities." Pugliese insists that the sanctions are fair.