IFC members drop efforts to oust Hulse

Members of the Interfraternity Council decided in a late night meeting Tuesday to drop efforts to strip IFC President Bill Hulse of his title.

The fraternity presidents that make up the IFC decided to “regroup” instead of going forward with plans to remove Hulse as president, Student Activities Center Director Tim Miller said.

Miller said the IFC decided to instead to meet next week to forge a “new direction” for the council and set new goals for the umbrella organization.

The meeting comes after the presidents of Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi and Pi Kappa Alpha, and signed by the presidents of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Zeta Beta Tau and Theta Delta Chi, alleged that Hulse did not hold an IFC meeting to discuss rush before the rush period began. The letter also claims, among other charges, that Hulse did not give GW Housing Programs information in time for fraternities to “dorm storm” residence halls on the their scheduled days.The lack of dorm storming, the presidents said, likely hindered turnout to rush events.

Previous articles:
Oct. 12, 2010 – Fate of IFC president’s removal rests in bylaws, constitution and semantics
Oct. 11, 2010 – Fraternities seek to remove IFC president

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