UO warns sororities about visits from 'strange looking man'

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      EUGENE, Ore. - The University of Oregon warned sororities this week about a "strange looking man" approaching women where they live.

      "Our office has received reports of alarming behavior associated with an individual who is engaging in conversations and dropping off 'gifts' and flowers to chapter houses and live outs, specifically for women, and is resistant to leave upon request," Justin Shukas, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life, wrote in a letter dated June 11.

      Eugene and campus police are investigating, Shukas wrote.

      Sorority members declined official comment Friday but said they had heard the news.

      One sorority house mom said that since receiving the letter Wednesday, she has been the only one answering the door.

      "If you see a strange looking man approach your chapter or live out do not make contact with him and contact Eugene Police at 911," Shukas wrote. "Please alert myself and the police if you have any information about these incidents and notify your chapter members immediately of this reported behavior."