Trinity Mandate for Co-Ed Frats `Wrong,' Singh Says

May 7 (Bloomberg) -- Sonjay Singh, president of the Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, talks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Elmer about his opposition to changes affecting social life on campus. Last October, worried that Trinity’s party reputation and alcohol abuse were hurting its academic standing, trustees established a new housing system and required each fraternity and sorority to maintain a 3.2 grade-point average and go co-ed. (Source: Bloomberg)
Demand Is Increasing for Retail Space: Fischel
07:41 - Intu Properties Chief Executive Officer David Fischel discusses his company's earnings, the commercial property sector in the U.K. and where he's seeing growth. He speaks to Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
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