Greek life on campus strives to make community impact

Published 10/23/17

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Julie Ferguson, TNE Writer

Every fall semester in the Greek community, Greeks get together to compete in exciting games throughout a specified week. This year, Greek Life is changing its Greek Week to stray away from competition and competitive events and instead lean its events more to social and community service-based events.

NSU offers Native American sorority

Published 10/23/17

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Trista Vaughn, TNE Writer

Since 1994, Native American women have had a chance to be a part of a Greek organization. Members of the Alpha Pi Omega are committed to each other, as well as their communities, tribes, families, academic excellence and self-empowerment. NSU’s Theta chapter was chartered June 2, 2007.

Greek life advocates against hazing

Published 10/18/17

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Trenton Morgan, TNE Writer

Greek life has been a part of NSU since at least the 1950s. The university has seen many Greek chapters come and go. Some groups chose to leave campus, some did not meet capacity to stay active and some have been removed from campus for conduct reasons. The Greek life on campus had a shaky start to the semester, and the Office of Greek Affairs is working for positive light moving forward.

Pie a Pi philanthropy returns to campus

Published 9/5/17

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Taylor Brown, TNE Writer

Alpha Omicron Pi sorority is set to have its first philanthropic event of the semester, Pie a Pi. Anyone can participate in Pie a Pi by purchasing a pie to throw at a member of AOII. Normal pies are made with shaving cream and cost $1, while customizable pies cost $5. There will be various condiments and food toppings available for anyone who chooses to customize a pie. All proceeds will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation, the official AOII philanthropy.


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