Monthly Archives: November 2012

UC Irvine-Tri Delta’s DHOP Benefits St. Jude!

We just can’t get enough of the ladies of Tri Delta. This time at UC Irvine, located in Irvine, California, we visited Delta Delta Delta’s sorority house. We even got fed too! Over the last few months we have been staying in contact with their philanthropy chair, Leslie Martinez. Their annual DHOP (in translation…Delta House of Pancakes) was right around the corner. This popular event each year contains: all you can eat pancakes for just $5, fun music, great decor, & even great prizes to Continue reading →

Greek Life Threads Cyber Monday is Here!

The time has come… it’s Cyber Monday! The last day of savings! Get 30% off site-wide until tonight, November 26th at midnight! Free shipping on orders over $75! Just Enter code GLTFRIDAY12 at checkout. Also, feel free to share the code with your brothers and sisters, as this sale is only once a year! Happy Shopping Everyone!

BLACK FRIDAY SALE with Greek Life Threads

This Friday, November 23rd,2012 starts Greek Life Threads Annual Black Friday Sale! Stop by our website and shop your heart out! Entire website is available for 30% discounts! We have everything from hoodie’s to neon fanny packs and sunglasses! You won’t want to miss it! Check out our Facebook for discount codes or contact for more information! Items won’t last so be sure to shop from Friday, November 23rd through Sunday, November 25th! This is the perfect time to save, get gifts for your Continue reading →

Delta Theta Tau Maintains Philanthropic Goals

Over in Seymour Indiana, it was brought to much attention that the Delta Theta Tau Sorority, Theta Zeta chapter, donated a check of $500 to Harold Wineinger, who is the treasurer of Fraternal Order of Eagles 655, Seymour. The proceeds go to “Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital” located at St. Vincent, which is the Eagles’ state project. The Delta Theta Tau’s raised quite a buzz and as well as proceeds, at their annual “Blingo” Event. So far the chapter has donated $750 total to the Eagles’ Continue reading →

Greeks Rock the Runway With Tri Delta

In previous year’s the lovely ladies of Delta Delta Delta at Cal State Long Beach put on a fashion show to represent the Greek community while raising awareness and money for their national philanthropy, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For as long as I have been an active Tri Delta, now recent alum, it gets better and better each year! I have had the awesome opportunity to participate as a sister at the successful event in the past, but this time it was different. As Continue reading →

Sigma Pi For Hope at Iowa State

For those of you who did not know…the Sigma Pi Fraternity has turned over a new leaf and has teamed up with their new International philanthropy, Donate Life America. The Fraternity is approaching it as “Sigma Pi For Hope.” This is “an effort to build organ and tissue donation advocates and increase donor registration across campuses nationwide.” Founded and established in 1897, “Sig Pi” is known for “a fellowship of kindred minds united in brotherhood to advance truth and justice, promote scholarship, encourage chivalry, diffuse Continue reading →

Greek Life Benefits

Located Near Boston, Massachusetts, Tufts University has had Greek Life involvement on and off campus for over 150 years now. They are preaching to the choir when give the “pro’s” list to why going Greek is so important. At Tufts, 13% of the student population on campus is all due to the 13 Greek organizations. The 13 include nine fraternities, three sororities, and one co-ed fraternity. Now, don’t go off and get distracted by silly movies like “Animal House” or “House Bunny” making claims that, Continue reading →

Alpha Gamma Rho at Iowa State Goes Romney

The last place you’d expect to find political signs posted up on any lawn would be a Fraternity House. However, we spoke too soon because Alpha Gamma Rho at Iowa State was not shy about showing their republican pride. President of AGR, Andrew J. Lauver, mentions most of their members are very conservative and come from small towns and drive pick up trucks. They mostly are interested and majoring in something agriculture-related. Alpha Gamma Rho is known to be the “Farm Fraternity” actually. Although, they Continue reading →

Delta Tau Delta at Boston University Energizes Greek Life

Not quite an established chapter yet, but soon to be, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity at Boston University has major plans in the making. Distinguishing a fraternity of gentlemen and dedicating themselves to up keep a solid reputation is above all on their list of “to dos” this year. As they update and discuss with Nationals, they are striving towards doing things differently, apart from other Greek Organizations on campus. It is not to be above the rest, as they support each chapter and participate in Continue reading →

Alpha Phi Omega Continues to Volunteer

At the University of Redlands, Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed fraternity to the Greek Community doesn’t waste anytime and jumps right into volunteering as the Fall Semester continues. This upcoming week, the fraternity is working with Loma Linda Children’s Hospital. This Sigma Beta Chapter of APO will be making blankets, and inspirational cards for the children at the hospital. Active members don’t help because they have to, it is because they want to. One member, Amalia Calvillo, states “it’s fun” to volunteer and “meeting new Continue reading →