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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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →