Dartmouth College, the school in New Hampshire that inspired “Animal House,” has announced to students its plans to put an end to single-sex fraternities and sororities in order to foster more “respectful relations” between the sexes. Dartmouth students were in an uproar Wednesday over the plan, says the Associated Press. Officials at the Ivy League school refused to say whether the plan means requiring fraternities and sororities to go coed or phasing them out altogether, but college President James Wright said it will be the biggest change in social life at Dartmouth since women were first admitted in 1972. The college did not say when the changes would be put into effect.

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