Alabama SGA supports Greek integration

Student leaders at the University of Alabama have approved a resolution supporting the full integration of the school's fraternities and sororities.{} The move came Thursday just after the student government association delayed action on a similar resolution backing an end to segregation in the Greek system in Tuscaloosa.

Fraternity and sorority members are a powerful force in student government at Alabama.{} The decision to postpone the resolution brought more attention to a system that came under fire in the fall refusing to admit black women into traditionally white sororities.{} Rules have since changed and some white sororities now have minority members.