Letters to the Editor

End fraternities’ sexual assault by ending Greek programs

Thank you for your article concerning the sexual assault at Cal Poly’s Delta Chi frat house. (“Cal Poly frat leader: Delta Chi not ‘affiliated’ with reported sex assault,” April 6).

As a young woman going into my freshman year of college, I do not want to feel like I could be a potential victim of sexual assault.

Fraternity brothers are more likely to rape than other college males, according to a study from 2007. Also, 1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted on campuses. A solution to this problem could be banning fraternities and sororities. I say ban them because, let’s face it, hazing, partying and assaulting have no place in higher education.

Megan Sanders, Paso Robles