Average fraternity GPA declines

Published 2/6/19

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Zac Thomas, TNE Writer

The fall semester of 2018 proved to be a difficult semester for fraternity life. No fraternity made it above the all men’s average which has been used as a recruiting tool in previous semesters. Though this gives a bleak outlook for Greek life, the fraternities say they have plans in place to help recover their academics.


IFC encourages fraternity recruitment

Published 2/6/19

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Zac Thomas, TNE Writer

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is considered the governing body of all on-campus fraternities. The council is tasked with regulating the actions and interactions of each organization through set bylaws and standards that the board creates. Along with creating rules, IFC is tasked with creating a good name for the fraternities on campus. This is achieved through educational events, positive social media representation and recruitment assistance in the fall semester.


Greek Sing 2019 benefits with Rise Up

Published 1/29/18

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Jessica Treat, TNE Writer

Greek life’s biggest philanthropic event is back with a new theme, philanthropy and plans to surpass the amount of money raised in 2018. This year’s Greek Sing theme is Dancing through the Decades. Each group is assigned a decade and they plan their show accordingly. The philanthropy Greek life is donating to in 2019 is Rise Up, Inc. Rise Up is a non-profit organization striving to provide equal education opportunities to children in Ethiopia and Ghana.


Pike welcomes students back with a bonfire

Published 1/28/19

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Caleb Eutsler, TNE Writer

Pi Kappa Alpha Theta Epsilon is working towards the betterment of student life on campus by starting off the semester with a bonfire. The event is open to their current members and any student interested. Pike recognizes a need for better relationships with their peers, so the event is designed for them to meet people in and out of the fraternity.

Delta Zeta sorority gives back to the community

Published 11/14/18

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Sara Ryals, TNE Writer

Dodgeball originated in Africa 200 years ago. The game built the strength of warriors and often ended in injury or the loss of life. Delta Zeta’s Delta Phi chapter intends to use dodgeball tp impact lives rather than take them. The chapter is having the first Delta Zeta Dodgeball tournament. The proceeds of the tournament are given to meet needs in the Tahlequah community.

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