In an administrative decision last week, the Alpha Delta Phi and Sigma Alpha Mu chapter houses were returned to their respective organizations, effective at the beginning of the next academic year.

While there are many conflicting opinions surrounding the Fraternity Quad housing situation, the reinstatement of two of its members should be viewed as an example of a successful judicial process.

Both chapters have made significant improvements to their programming in efforts to regain their houses. While both groups have much work ahead, in increased contributions to The College and necessary improvements to their houses, it is hoped that the loss of their houses is enough incentive to adopt new standards.

Their return to the Fraternity Quad serves as an example for all groups residing there. Both fraternities have expressed interest in furthering good relations with the administration, an illustration of Greek organizations striving to align with the mission of The College.

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Gaza solidarity encampment: Live updates

The Campus Times is live tracking the Gaza solidarity encampment on Wilson Quad and the administrative response to it. Read our updates here.