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After noticing the lack of diversity within fraternities and sororities at Pepperdine, Greek life intern (and former Pepperdine Delta Tau Delta member) Hudson Casiple wanted to shed light on the issue. In this week’s episode, the speech he gave to members of ICC and IFC, and the conversation his speech began on campus.
In This Week’s Episode:
- Grace Wood, an editor for Currents Magazine who spoke with Pepperdine students and administration on the lack of diversity in Greek Life and its effects on the rest of the Pepperdine Community.
- Grace’s original story published in the Graphic in November.
- Our January 2012 coverage of the founding of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Pepperdine’s first historically-black sorority.
- Alyssa Rosenberg’s Washington Post story, ‘The long, fraught history of American fraternities.’
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“The Graph” is made by Kaelin Mendez, Channa Steinmetz, Madeline Carr, Jeremy Zerbe, Natalie Rulon, Elizabeth Smith, and Courtenay Stallings. This episode was recorded in the KWVS podcast studio studio. “The Graph” is a Pepperdine Graphic Media production.