Can Greek Life Be Diverse? Our College Pick

Northwestern University’s Greek-life population resembles what you see at most other private schools: white and well-off. So when a fraternity and a sorority planned a philanthropy event making light of imprisoned women last year, campus critics raged. Public apologies and calls to action followed, like it always does. In a wide-ranging story with several introspective interviews, reporter Katherine Mirani followed up to find out if a system based on private membership can ever really be inclusive.

Changing Composition

Katherine Mirani | North by Northwestern | March 9, 2015 | 3,800 words (15 minutes)