Harvard sorority quit in the middle of the line on single-sex clubs

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A Harvard University sorority says the conclusion, because the school implemented a rule intended to curb one’s gender, social clubs.

The national Delta Gamma organization says it will shutter its Zeta Phi chapter in Cambridge, but plans to keep fighting Harvard policy.

Delta Gamma-President Wilma Johnson Wilbanks, says the group will champion his right to exist on campuses everywhere.”

Starting with last year’s first-year students, Harvard students participating in a single gender, social clubs are excluded from the leaders in the field of sport teams, and campus groups.

The policy was aimed at the mysterious men, groups with a long history in the Ivy League school.

Zeta Phi’s chapter president not immediately return a message. Harvard officials declined to comment on the closure.

Harvard does not officially recognize fraternities or sororities, but a number are open to students.

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