Call off the toga party.
Columbia University has banned frat parties this semester, in a bid to prevent COVID-19 super-spreader events, according to the Columbia Spectator.
That means no traditional events like “rush,” when students check out different fraternities and sororities.
“It seems a little bit targeted to the fraternities, in my opinion, and given that academic events can be held in a limited capacity, I think social ones should be, too,” one unnamed frat bro griped to the student paper.
The ban also covers sororities and clubs with coveted brownstone housing.
“There is no way to regulate or monitor capacity and/or visitor restrictions set by the
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