University of Iowa officials are considering establishing a gay fraternity as part of its Greek Life offerings. This would continue UI's progressive attitude towards gays on campus.
University of Iowa is getting positive feedback as it discusses launching its first gay fraternity, school officials say.
The participants wouldn't have a frat house, but the fraternity could be a niche for gays on campus.
"Current Greeks have talked about it and are supportive. We have been feeling out other students who might be interested, and they have been really excited about the idea," Kelly Jo Karnes, associate director of the university's Center for Student Involvement & Leadership, said in an email to Patch.
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