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Taking a moment out of their ierce whirlyball competi- ion, the members of Panhel nd IFC show their affec- ion for one another. IFC and Panhel worked closely to- gether on most issues facing the Greek System, phoucour- fes t > f Office of Gn ' tk Life Interfraternily Council Front Row: prik Newcomh, Hric Ryck man, Burke Rdine, .lames Brat ton, Joseph Wagner, Eric Goodman, Gregory Schwartz, Ross Wiltshire-Gomez, Scot! Wilson, Simon Halpern Row #2: Robin Chand. Phillip Barry, Samuel Ruhin, Mark Yaffe, Jordan Tabak. Andrew Nester, Ami! Kapoor, Jason Harris, David Kaplan. Bradford Hanan, Matthew VanWasshnova Back Row: Charles Cohen, Justin Bright, Marc Hustvedt, Jim, Aaron Saito, Jason, Daniel Fanton. photo by Tosin Akinrnusuni Greek Life I 275
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challenges " Our most important issue this year and every year is Greek image and how to make it better, " said Vice President of Internal Affairs for the IFC Jim Vanek. In addition to regulating social functions and making hazing policies, the IFC also provided pro- gramming on important issues such as sexual assault. They also brought alumni and University administrators together to proactively talk about issues concerning the fraternities on campus. The IFC pro- vided National Organizations with the op- portunity toexpandtothe University ' s cam- pus and start successful chapters. Finally, the IFC coordinated fraternity rush in the fall and winter. The IFC ' s power extended far beyond just making the Greek image better. One of the IFC ' s main powers was the regulation of inappropriate actions by fraternities. " You have to be consistently doing things wrong to get kicked off campus. There is no formula to it. It is usually pretty clear-cut whether a chapter is a benefit or a detri- ment to the system, " said IFC President Marc Hustvedt. If a fraternity committed an inappropriate action then the social viola- tion was reported to the Social Responsi- bility Committee before going to theGreek Activity Review Panel for a ruling. Hazing violations went to the Hazing Task Force to be investigated before going to the GARP for a ruling. Any community issue, whether it was a Greek community, University com- munity or Ann Arbor community issue, was handled by the IFC Executive Board. Yet, there were challenges within the IFC this year. The IFC contained many dif- ferent committees and individuals, which created the challenge of getting everyone on the same page about what rules should be implemented and which policies were the correct ones to be followed. Another challenge came from fraternity chapters that challenged the IFC ' s policies and al- ways appealed their social violations. To combat those challenges the IFC worked on making the social policies safer and the hazing policies clearer, which madeit easier to hold chapters accountable for their ac- tions. The Executive Board and Legislative Bodies looked to make the Greek commu- nity a better place. " I love being on IFC. The best part of the position is working in an environment with a group of guys that really care about the Greek System and put everything they have into making it the best it can be, " said Vanek. By Jennifer Lee During an IFC whirlyball match Charles Cohen and Marc Husteved attempt to block an opponent ' s shot. Events like whirly ball games provided opportuni- ties for the IFC members to hangout without worrying about business, photo counesv of Office of Greek Life Promoting the Greek Sys- tem on Greek Diag Day, IFC members Jim Vanek and j Justin Bright encourage stu- 1 dents to rush. Besides fra- J ternity rush, IFC sponsored j anti-hazing and sexual as- : sault awareness speakers ! throughout the year. pHoto courtesy of Off ice of Greek Life 274 | Interfraternity Council
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Alpha Sigma Phi Front Row: Adam Markham, Brian Farrar, .lason Coryell, Christopher Smith. Allan Yaklin, Paul Knupp, Jeremy Woodard, Justin Launer, Jeffrey Ekebcrg, Charlie Alshaler, Anthony Sclafani, Daniel King, Ted Brogan Row #2: Godwin Alaike, Chris Caudill, Eric Woelker, Jonathan Robinson, John Doe, Evan Boritz, Nicholas Woolard, Steven Frigo, John Doe, John Doe Row #3: Jeremy Berkowitz, Waldo Griggs, Michael Rugnetta, John McFlaverly, Michael Lawrence, Brian McNeil, Douglass Phillips, Nathan Winter Row #4: Matthew McBride, Jeffery Whalen Row #5: James Vanek, Ryan Leventhal, Scott McClintic, Joe Charboneau, Michael Seider Back Row: Albert Bell, Gregory Schwartz, Jason Mironov, Scott Taylor. photo by Ahhy Johnson Beta Theta Pi Front Row: Alan Gunderson, Bradley Coppens, Mark Bradhurn, Brian Kyckman, Michael Basford Row #2: John Clark, Noah Gibson, Andrew Estes, Blake Reaves, Brett Walcott, Joshua Bonacci Row #3: Jeremy Ciullo, Jordan Ste. Marie, Richard Bodzy, Richard Gilbertson Back Row: Bradley Cardon, Keith Moller, Austin Dingwall. photo by E mily Wagner Sigma Nu Front Row: Donald Rencher, Jason Wells, Jeffery Hill, Scott Gallagher, Richard Norsigian, Ronen Harris, Ryan Bargnes, Peter Bussigel Row #2: Michael Lundy, Reas Macken, Kenny Maine, Matthew Stone, John Scott, Amiel Herrera, Jon Uggen, Glen Hornstra Row #3: Davon Wilson, John Hamilton, Spencer Robinson, David Sturza, Harjotc Randhawa, Ken Kohayashi, Patrick Eagan, Mat! hew VanWasshnova Row #4: Daniel Phillips, David Flumenbaum, Colman McGahan, Brett Garson, Ian Gifford, Roy A. Jackamo, Michael Velzo, Calvert Louden Back Row: Mark Majewski, Jeremy Strohkirch, John Monti. photo by Emily Wagner 276 I Greeks
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