After Student Death, Texas Tech Overhauls Greek Life

Texas Tribune - Almost a year after an alcohol-related student death and a fraternity party featuring a banner that read “No Means Yes, Yes Means Anal,” Texas Tech University has boosted its oversight of fraternities and sororities in time for this year's fall recruitment.

"We hope that a lot of the policies prevent those kinds of incidents from taking place in the future," said Juan Muñoz, the university's senior vice president and vice provost and the panel's chair. "Training ideally would have prevented the kind of topics or the kind of language that was used at that particular event."

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