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In response to wide-scale student interest, the Center for Fraternal Values and Leadership is working on a new initiative to provide CPR training and certification for members of Greek Life at West Virginia University.

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This year, fraternity and sorority life at WVU turns 130 years old. With the founding of the West Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity on May 23, 1890, our Greek community became recognized for the first time in our institution’s history. 

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Do you vape? Do you know someone who vapes? We're looking for people who vape on campus for a future DA article. The form is anonymous and no personal information or identifying information will be made public.

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Have you been hazed at WVU? If you'd like to share your story, fill out the form below. The form is anonymous and no personal information or identifying information will be made public.

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Gov. Jim Justice vetoed the anti-hazing bill on Wednesday after it passed unanimously in the Senate and was approved by three-fourths of the House of Delegates.

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Update: Headline and article changed to include WVU news release information on Sunday night. Additional information from the international sorority added in at 3:30 p.m. on Monday. Information from Morgantown public information officer added at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.

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I’m sorry for driving here on sorority Bid Day. Wait, no I’m not. This is a road, made for cars, one of which I am currently in. 

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During this time of the semester, you will start to see a lot of advertisements, social media posts and people out promoting their specific fraternities on campus. It is normal to think to yourself, “What is the deal with fraternities and why are these guys so passionate about this?” Well, h…

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