Editor's Note: The Weekly is a rundown of the news stories produced by the Daily News since Monday.

This week, Daily News reporter Max Lewis and news editor Brynn Mechem discuss the social pause agreement reached between presidents of fraternities comprising the Interfraternity Council and Ball State and how campus has responded.

Then, Student Government Association President Greg Carbó talks about his stance on an SGA caucus' efforts to re-inform students about safely partying outside of Riverside Avenue.

Finally, a look at a potential app Ball State's new secretary of student safety hopes to create to protect students in tandem with promoting the University Police Department. 

Read the full stories here:

Students speak out after IFC fraternities are put on 'pause'

Ball State, 13 fraternities agree to 'pause' all social events

After fraternity social pause, SGA caucus to promote off-campus safety

New secretary of student safety focusing on Ball State safety app

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