Capitalizing on the Dec. 1 annual national meeting of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisers at the Renaissance Grand Hotel in St. Louis, WUSTL hosted a dinner that evening in College Hall on the South 40. The dinner was attended by representatives of 19 national fraternity/sorority offices — as well as student leaders from chapters present on campus. Above, from left, Laurence Bolotin, executive director at Zeta Beta Tau, and Libby Anderson, director of operations and brand management at Zeta Beta Tau, speak to students Sasidhar Aradyula, a sophomore in finance, economics and strategy, and Dylan French, a sophomore business major. WUSTL students and administrators shared information about WUSTL’s Greek philosophy and demographics, and participated in breakout sessions with national partners on such topics as alumni involvement and support, communication and new member programs. Mike Hayes, executive director of campus life, called the event an excellent opportunity to ensure the WUSTL Greek community continues to prosper.