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 →

Pi Beta Phi Day in Tennessee

We must say, it is a pretty big deal to have a whole day dedicated to your sorority from any Governor. We would like to congratulate the sisters of Pi Beta Phi in Tennessee and nation wide to earn such an honor from Governor, Bill Haslam through the official State of Tennessee Proclamation. On November 3rd, the State of Tennessee will honor the commitments Pi Phi’s have made over 100 years committing to philanthropic services. Since 1912, Pi Beta Phi is still dedicating their time Continue reading →

U of Colorado, Kappa Kappa Gamma Treats Rather Than Tricks

As October is coming to an end and Halloween is almost here, the sisters of Kappa Kappa Gamma at the University of Colorado hold their annual “Halloween House” event. This is their seventh year putting it on and each time it becomes more successful and a tradition to families and children visiting. For some families, this is their fourth year in a row attending! While trick or treating, getting face painted, story time and many other activities… KKG holds this event to benefit BoulderReads!, a Continue reading →

Network By Being Greek

One of the main points we all bring up during rush and recruitment to better promote and explain in going Greek, is that it has many benefits especially networking and the connections you make during and after college. This is great for starting out your career and internships during the 4 year experience too. The Phi Sigma Sigma chapter at Florida International University hosts a yearly career event which members come in and speak about their paths they have chosen job wise. It also helpful Continue reading →

Ballin’ For a Cure- Tri Delta Dodgeball at CSULB

Earlier this month, during the busy Fall semester…Tri Delta at California State University, Long Beach held their annual Dodge Ball Tournament. “If you can dodge a wrench…you can dodge a ball” right?! Well that’s what the participating Greek Fraternities just did that extremely warm Friday afternoon. Not only did the sorority and the guys have a great time playing & coaching dodge ball, they were raising awareness and money for a good cause. That is where “Ballin’ For A Cure” came in. Greek Life Threads Continue reading →

First Lady Goes Greek

With all the big talk about politics and the debates, plus the new election coming up in November…it would only be appropriate to mention that the First Lady, Michelle Obama has been inducted into Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, a historically black organization that was founded in 1908. Mrs. Obama’s membership is non exclusive since she want’s to keep a respect for other fraternities and sororities, black or not. It’s pretty awesome the First Lady went Greek! Even Eleanor Roosevelt was a former Alpha Kappa Alpha Continue reading →

Pi Kappa Phi’s Push America & War of Roses

Ever bike for more 48 hours straight? The fraternity men at California State University, Long Beach of Pi Kappa Phi have. For the past three years, “Pi Kapp” has being raising money with helping people with disabilities for their philanthropy event known as “Push America” on Long Beach State’s campus. Their goal this year is to raise $10,000…last  year they hit a whopping $7,000! It was a stressful week for most students who were studying for midterms and getting ready for Halloween, but that didn’t Continue reading →

Zeta Tau Alpha Brings Attention To Breast Cancer

As most of us know, every October is known as Breast  Cancer Awareness Month! At Wright State in Ohio, the ladies of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority make it extra special on campus each year since 1992 “Race for the Cure” became their national philanthropy. Not only does their national website help raise money by selling special pink shirts but they also do bake sales and my favorite was hearing about the “Pie-Ta-Pie” yogurt eating contest. (I’d pay to definitely see that!) The yogurt contest makes Continue reading →

Towson Greek’s “Yell Like Hell”

This isn’t the first time hearing about full blown Greek Dance Competitions, I myself as a local Greek Alumni have been involved in a few back in the day. However, Towson University has a whole other spin on this kind of entertainment. We’ve heard of “Greek Sing, Song Fest” and so on but a “Yell Like Hell” show is taken to a whole different level over in Towson, Maryland. If you weren’t sure what Yell Like Hell is, it is basically teams that are paired Continue reading →