By Elena Cruz | May 15, 2017
Sophomore Matt Luke: “Diversity in the frats? I don’t know, that's the only thing that's still segregated. Because that's what it is; frats are segregated.”
By Tess Vrbin | Aug. 26, 2016
A Maneater survey shows MU’s Greek chapters have continued to make their houses more inclusive for all students.
By Tess Vrbin | May 24, 2016
Only three people will oversee the Greek community next year.
By Tess Vrbin | April 7, 2016
Vice President of Risk Management Ryan O’Connor said Greek men have the sizable responsibility of knowing all the policies that apply to them.
By Lauren Wortman | March 15, 2016
Sorority sister Natalie Harshman: “Your goofy smile and personality were contagious to everyone around you.”
By Tess Vrbin | Feb. 23, 2016
Student Life employees have been working with Greek Life in addition to the jobs they were hired to do, a practice that the fee would end.
By Tess Vrbin | Feb. 8, 2016
MGC President Phillip Nguyen: “We want them to know that (even if) you’re not rich or white, you still have access to being a part of Greek Life.”
By Tess Vrbin | Jan. 28, 2016
Zeta Tau Alpha President Ashlie Elver: “Our new chapter house will be built to accommodate the needs of our chapter women now and into the distant future.”
By Tess Vrbin | Nov. 15, 2015
Multicultural Center coordinator Stephanie Hernandez Rivera led a discussion with the women about various social issues, including but not limited to race relations.
On Campus: PHA announces 2016 executive board
Posted to On Campus by Waverly Colville on Nov. 2, 2015 at 12:30 p.m.
The Panhellenic Association’s 2016 executive board was announced on Sunday night via PHA’s Twitter. President: Amanda Farrer, Alpha Chi Omega Vice President of Programming: Zoe Crowe-Barnes, Kappa Delta Vice President of Risk Management: Avery Day, Sigma Kappa Vice President of Recruitment-External: Victoria Bezzole, Chi Omega Vice President of ...
By Bianca Rodriguez | Oct. 14, 2015
When it comes to homecoming, Greek Town doesn’t mess around.
By Allyson Vasilopulos , Emily Gallion and Neeti Butala | Oct. 13, 2015
The slates address a variety of issues from increasing affordability in housing and dining to advocating for mental health and social justice issues to better the lives of MU students.
By Tess Vrbin | Oct. 12, 2015
The first place pairing also won several individual categories.
By Tess Vrbin | Oct. 12, 2015
“It’s great to see the fraternity system and the sorority system working hand in hand,” Assistant Athletic Director and Phi Gamma Delta member Gary Link said.
By Claire Schwark | Oct. 6, 2015
In the past, 75 percent of the boards had to be filled with pomps to gain full points with the Campus Decorations judges, said Carolyn Welter, Panhellenic Association’s vice president of public relations. This year, the boards could only be 25 percent pom
By Allyson Vasilopulos | Sept. 25, 2015
Fraternities Sigma Nu and Delta Tau Delta ask for an extension beyond the March 2016 deadline in order to build a new house.
By Tess Vrbin | Sept. 1, 2015
The new rule goes further for Greek safety than consortium proposals, PHA spokeswoman said.
By Quinn Malloy | July 13, 2015
Representative from FratScenery account calls tweet's release "bad timing."
By Bryanna Leach | July 8, 2015
Shortening the second day from 11 houses to eight brought some mixed reviews.
By Elizabeth Loutfi | June 21, 2015
“I think this could be a national model,” Scroggs said. “Within a year, they’re going to be saying ‘Let’s do things like the University of Missouri.’ That’s our goal. We intend to be the national model.”
By George Roberson | June 19, 2015
The consortium’s proposals are not the only steps taken to reduce sexual assault during Loftin’s time at MU, but they are the most radical.
By The Maneater staff | June 19, 2015
The survey had more than 1900 responses, many of which came from the Greek community.
By George Roberson | June 15, 2015
The initiative was developed in coordination with the RSVP Center and Title IX Office.
By The Maneater Staff | June 10, 2015
The proposed restrictions on fraternities, which the consortium spokesman said are not ready for implementation, would take effect this fall.
By George Roberson | June 5, 2015
Update: Consortium spokesman Ted Hellman said in an email Saturday drug testing is “no longer being considered as a policy proposal.”
By Kennedy Jones | June 3, 2015
Is there a place for young black girls in Mizzou sororities?
By George Roberson and Paige Lalain | June 3, 2015
Proposed restrictions would apply to alcohol, out-of-town formals and women visiting fraternity houses on weekend nights.
By Karlee Renkoski | April 28, 2015
The return of ZBT to MU could potentially increase the Jewish community on campus.
By Emily O'Connor | April 26, 2015
The fraternity pledged a $25,000 goal to help families pay for critical autism services.
By Karlee Renkoski | April 22, 2015
“We think that the beautiful weather we had last week probably played a factor in our turnout,” steering committee member Courtney Kiley said.
By Karlee Renkoski | April 22, 2015
The MU Greek Community collects cans for the Food Bank of Central Missouri during Greek Week.
By Karlee Renkoski | April 7, 2015
During last year’s Greek Week, MU fraternities and sororities raised over $70,000.
Instead of ignoring the lack of accessibility for people with physical disabilities in Greektown, chapters need to start discussing how to best fix this issue.
By Alana Saad | April 1, 2015
While some fraternity and sorority houses have been updated, many remain inaccessible to students with physical disabilities.
By Rachel Pierret | Dec. 2, 2014
Seven IFC members were elected Nov. 9
By Rachel Pierret | Nov. 18, 2014
Six of the eight executive positions were elected Nov. 9.
By Rachel Pierret | Nov. 11, 2014
19 men from 10 campus fraternities have signed up so far to be peer educators.
By Covey Eonyak Son | Oct. 22, 2014
Nicklow is the second Greek student at MU to die this semester.
By Covey Eonyak Son | Oct. 20, 2014 | Updated Dec. 19, 2014 at 2:08 p.m.
A cause of death has not been determined at this time.
By Covey Eonyak Son | Sept. 30, 2014
Authorities said there are no signs of foul play.
By Joseph Fafinski | Aug. 28, 2014
A total of 1,976 women signed up for PHA recruitment this year.
By Stevie Myers | Aug. 26, 2014
Last year, funds from Team in Training helped over 1,600 patients in the area.
By Anna Brugmann | July 8, 2014
Although Daniel Moser did not rush formally his freshman year, deciding to rush informally his sophomore year, he said he suggests rushing freshman year due to limited academic controversies.
By Joseph Fafinski | July 8, 2014
In order to fund the trip, sorority women at MU hosted several Circle of Sisterhood fundraisers, including sales and a 5k run.
By Stephen Daw | April 23, 2014
Kappa Kappa Gamma won Greek Week for its third consecutive year.
By Stephen Daw | April 16, 2014
The events included were flag football, soccer, basketball and volleyball.
By Stephen Daw | April 13, 2014
The drive collected 1,798 units of blood in three days.
By Stephen Daw | March 19, 2014
Kappa Pi Beta is MU’s first Asian-American interest fraternity.
On Campus: Greek Week 2014 Royalty finalists announced
Posted to On Campus by Stephen Daw on March 18, 2014 at 3:06 p.m.
Greek Week announced the royalty finalists for this year on Sunday. Participants of Greek Week had until Feb. 28 to turn in their applications to become a finalist. The king and queen of Greek Week will be announced during Greek Week, which takes place April 8 to 15. The finalists ...
By Ellise Verheyen | March 12, 2014
Relationship (or whatever) columnist Ellise Verheyen on her one time at a frat party
By MacKenzie Reagan | Feb. 25, 2014
MOVE columnist MacKenzie Reagan on investigating CoMo ghost stories
Posted to On Campus by Stephen Daw on Oct. 23, 2013 at 2:50 a.m.
A banner for Homecoming displayed outside of Kappa Kappa Gamma was vandalized and destroyed by unknown assailants Monday night. The banner, displaying the Washington, D.C. theme shared by Kappa Kappa Gamma, Theta Chi and FarmHouse, was within the range of security cameras placed outside of the Kappa Kappa Gamma ...
By Stephen Daw | Oct. 23, 2013
Most agree diversity is the responsibility of individual chapters.
By Stephen Daw | Oct. 12, 2013
A panel of LGBT people and allies spoke.
By Stephen Daw | Oct. 9, 2013
LGBT organization informs public and creates connections.
By Adrienne Donica | April 19, 2013
Oldest secret society on campus has connections to the Southeastern Conference.
By Desiree Seals | April 12, 2013
Nine new beneficiaries were added to Greek Week this year.
By Katherine Fallon | March 8, 2013
The Delta Delta Delta annex is slated for demolition.
By Paul Albani-Burgio | Feb. 15, 2013
Beta Theta Pi was also singled out for achieving the highest all-chapter GPA among MU fraternities.
By Daniel Shapiro | Aug. 21, 2012
Women’s Center coordinator Suzy Day said Tau Lambda will build a community for queer women.
By Jill Deutsch | July 10, 2012
IFC increased its participants by more than 100 men.
By Jill Deutsch | July 10, 2012
The Latino fraternity chapter wants to remain small and achieve big.
By Katie Yaeger | April 24, 2012
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta and Beta Sigma Psi won first place overall.
By Elise Moser | April 20, 2012
Students discussed what it means to be part of the LGBTQ community in Greek Life as part of Pride Month.
On Campus: Greek Week Fling finalists announced
Posted to On Campus by Katie Yaeger on April 18, 2012 at 10:18 p.m.
Greek Week's Fling superlative winners and finalists were announced 10 p.m. Wednesday on the steps of Jesse Hall after three nights of Fling preliminaries. This year's theme is "Famous Couples Around the World." The following pairings will perform in the finals: Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Phi ...
By Katie Yaeger | April 17, 2012
This year, each skit centers around a famous couple.
By Katie Yaeger | April 13, 2012
Technology and social media played large roles in this year's drive.
By Katie Yaeger | March 9, 2012
A mock trial encouraged discussion about risk management and chapter values between participants.
By Katie Yaeger | March 6, 2012
In addition to benefitting 13 organizations, the event will work with the One Mizzou initiative.
By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 28, 2012
The February RAMS events raised more than $75,000 for multiple sclerosis.
By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 24, 2012
The competition ends a month of events fundraising for multiple sclerosis.
By Joey Ukrop | Feb. 24, 2012
President Natalie Rooney was among 16 other Kappa Delta sisters nationwide that won the Corre Anding Stegall Collegiate Leadership Award.
By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 17, 2012
Twelve chapters exceeded the all-campus GPA, up from 11 in spring 2011.
By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 16, 2012
Eleven IFC chapters exceeded the fall 2011 all-campus GPA.
By Katie Yaeger | Jan. 31, 2012
First-time donors contributed 16 of 60 collected units.
By Katie Yaeger | Jan. 24, 2012
IFC, NPHC and PHA plan to participate in more cross-council programming this year.
By Katie Yaeger | Dec. 9, 2011
The colony has 57 active members, the most in the organization’s recent history.
By Cait Campbell | Dec. 6, 2011
Decorating becomes a bonding experience for residence halls and Greek life
By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 29, 2011
Students ages 21 and older will be able to consume alcohol in fraternity houses starting in August.
By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 20, 2011
Students ages 21 and over will be able to consume alcohol in fraternity houses beginning in August.
By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 15, 2011
IFC held elections Sunday for the seven positions.
By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 8, 2011
A colony was established October 2010 after the chapter left in 2006.
By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 1, 2011
The new board members found out about their positions Sunday.
By Katie Yaeger | Oct. 21, 2011
The project is a part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
By Katie Yaeger | Oct. 18, 2011
The Homecoming Steering Committee revealed the winners of the Campus Organization and Greek Life divisions Sunday.
By Katie Yaeger | Sept. 30, 2011
All funds from the Scare-a-Thon will be donated to the American Red Cross to aid Joplin relief.
By Katie Yaeger | Sept. 23, 2011
The Latino fraternity has a chapter at UMKC and is interested in expanding to the MU campus.
By Tucker Moore | Sept. 23, 2011
PHA chapters are competing in a banner contest for a $500 prize that will be donated to the winning chapter’s philanthropy.
By Katie Yaeger | Sept. 20, 2011
When DoveZ-PHI’s agenda includes a bake sale, community service and a comedy show.
By Savannah Kannberg | Aug. 23, 2011
More women than ever participated in fall semester Formal Recruitment.
By Lizzie Johnson | Aug. 23, 2011
The paper will be partnering with USA Today.
By Michele Robotham-Smith | Aug. 23, 2011
This year's theme is "A Century of Coming Home."
By Hunter Woodall | Aug. 23, 2011
The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity hopes to regain its charter in 12 to 18 months.
By Elise Moser | July 6, 2011
The fraternity will live in Delta Sigma Phi's old house while the construction is under way.
By Kelly Olejnik | July 6, 2011
Greek Life coordinator Julie Drury shares her advice on getting involved in Greek Life as a freshman.
By Katie Yaeger | July 1, 2011
MU's Pi Beta Phi received the Balfour Cup, the annual top honor for a sorority chapter, at the Orlando national convention June 27.
On Campus: Greek Week raises more than $145,000
Posted to On Campus by Jimmy Hibsch on June 14, 2011 at 2:29 p.m.
Via Twitter, the Greek Week Steering Committee announced Tuesday that the week raised a total of $145,051 for 14 different beneficiaries. Those benefitting from the week include: Missouri Girls Town, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, ParentLink, The Center Project, Central Missouri Dream Factory, Central Missouri Honor Flight, Coyote Hill, Heart ...
By Caroline Bauman | June 14, 2011
Phi Gamma Delta will move into the house when Zeta Beta Tau moves out in August.
By Michele Robotham-Smith | June 1, 2011 | Updated June 7, 2011 at 12:15 p.m.
Contrary to rumors that have flurried, Zeta Beta Tau isn't leaving campus.
By Ally McEntire | May 26, 2011
MU fraternities Tau Kappa Epsilon and Delta Chi have set up drop sites and fundraisers to give the Columbia community another way to help with the Joplin disaster. "We had some members personally affected, and we couldn't drive down there," Tau Kappa Epsilon member Tim Franklin said. Delta Chi ...
By Hunter Woodall | May 15, 2011
The sorority will return to MU in fall 2012.
By Kelly Olejnik | May 3, 2011
The event expanded to include a benefit concert this year.
MU in Focus: Celebration continues in Greektown
Posted to MU in Focus by Peter Yankowsky on May 2, 2011 at 1:34 a.m.
Students packed into the bed of a pickup truck on Richmond Avenue head toward the bulk of the celebration in Greektown on Sunday night. An estimated 1,000 people, many of them carrying American flags, packed the area to celebrate the killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Posted to On Campus by Allison Prang on May 2, 2011 at 12:39 a.m.
A crowd of about 1,000 people celebrated the killing of Al Queda leader Osama bin Laden on Sunday night and early Monday morning on the streets of Greektown. With flags and fireworks in hand, people concentrated between the Gamma Phi Beta and Alpha Delta Pi houses on Richmond Avenue ...
By Allison Prang and Sally French | May 2, 2011
No arrests and one report of vandalism were recorded Sunday night and Monday morning.
Posted to On Campus by Travis Cornejo on April 29, 2011 at 9:09 p.m.
Members of the Greek Life community gathered Friday afternoon for the groundbreaking ceremony for Sigma Sigma Sigma's new home. Since fall 2009, the sorority has resided at 909 Richmond Ave. That site formerly housed the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Sigma Sigma Sigma's new house will be located at ...
On Campus: Individuals recognized at Greek Honors Night
Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on April 26, 2011 at 11:09 p.m.
The Office of Greek Life hosted Greek Honors Night Tuesday evening. According to a Pan-Hellenic Association news release, the event recognizes Greek chapters and individuals for their contributions throughout the year. According to the release, Greek chapters and individuals can apply or be nominated to receive an award and selected ...
By Kelly Olejnik | April 26, 2011
The Greek Week blood drive yielded 1,719 units of blood.
By Sarah Clancey | April 22, 2011
Finals for Greek Week Fling were held Thursday.
By Madeline O'Leary | April 15, 2011
The amount of money raised will be divided among 14 beneficiaries.
By Abigail Geiger | April 15, 2011
The Tribune and Landmark Bank sponsored the award ceremony.
By Jimmy Hibsch | April 15, 2011
The event was in response to recent sexual assaults in the community.
On Campus: Blood Drive ends on high note
Posted to On Campus by Sarah Clancey on April 14, 2011 at 10:20 p.m.
The Greek Week Blood Drive culminated Thursday night after collecting 1719 units of blood for the American Red Cross, Mizzou Greek Life tweeted Thursday night. This exceeded the Steering Committee’s goal of 1500 units collected for the three-day drive. “We are happy to say that our drive went very ...
By Madeline O'Leary | April 12, 2011
The panel included members from representatives of the eight NPHC chapters.
By Madeline O'Leary | March 22, 2011
The plan encourages the formation of task forces for certain issues, including alcohol-free housing.
By Sarah Clancey | March 8, 2011
The proceeds went to Prevent Child Abuse America and Coyote Hill.
By Kelsey Maffett | March 8, 2011
Police said nothing was stolen from the house.
By Sarah Clancey | March 1, 2011
SteerCo chose 14 local beneficiaries, six more than in previous years.
By Madeline O'Leary | Feb. 22, 2011
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. conducted the dialogue.
By Madeline O'Leary | Feb. 15, 2011
Officers said they want to improve Greek Life's image on campus.
By Madeline O'Leary | Feb. 15, 2011
IFC executives at KU are facing disciplinary actions for alleged hazing incidents.
By Madeline O'Leary | Jan. 28, 2011
The workgroups were formed in response to a report analyzing Greek Life at MU.
By Madeline O'Leary | Dec. 10, 2010
The proposal would bar freshmen from living in fraternity houses.
By Jimmy Hibsch | Dec. 7, 2010
Organizers said the show was the beginning of a tradition.
By Madeline O'Leary | Dec. 3, 2010
Most fraternities took three to four days to work on decorations.
By Sarah Clancey | Dec. 3, 2010
The fraternity hopes to be chartered by the end of the academic year.
By Madeline O'Leary | Nov. 30, 2010
The board had previously been advised by the Office of Greek Life.
Arts & Entertainment: Series premiere: 'Glory Daze' — 4 out of 5 stars
Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Nancy El Attar on Nov. 19, 2010 at 11:46 a.m.
Freshman year of college in 1986, Indiana sets the scene for the pilot of the new hour-long TV show “Glory Daze” on TBS. The show is set at the generic Hayes University, a mix of all universities across the nation. It has the large sports program you’d expect at ...
By Sarah Clancey | Nov. 16, 2010
The organizations met Sunday to elect new members to their respective executive offices.
By Madeline O'Leary | Nov. 5, 2010
Events included forums, stroll performances and a cooking competition.
By Madeline O'Leary | Oct. 29, 2010
The plans came after an NPower report on Greek Life at MU.
By Madeline O'Leary | Oct. 26, 2010
The NPHC step show is about bonds between chapters.
By Joyu Wang | Oct. 22, 2010
Mizzou After Dark and Greek Life continued the Almost Midnight Breakfast tradition.
By Sarah Clancey | Oct. 22, 2010
The challenge met its goal of 10,000 service hours.
By Sarah Clancey | Oct. 19, 2010
More than 100 brothers supported the effort to bring the fraternity back to MU.
By Marie Mandelberg | Oct. 19, 2010
The group plans to take small promotional steps this semester before beginning educational efforts in the spring.
By Alicia Stice | Oct. 19, 2010
A student found paint splattered on his car.
By Madeline O'Leary | Oct. 15, 2010
Events will continue until election day Nov. 2.
By Alex Pesek | Oct. 8, 2010
Most of the damage was done with a fire extinguisher.
By Sally French | Oct. 5, 2010
The celebration drew more than 600 students and alumnae.
By Sally French | Sept. 21, 2010
Delta Sigma Phi brothers used CPR training to save three distressed strangers.
By Madeline O'Leary | Sept. 21, 2010
The sorority began the week by participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
By Sarah Clancey | Sept. 17, 2010
The chapters met their goal three months earlier than expected.
By Madeline O'Leary | Sept. 14, 2010
The workgroups are composed entirely of chapter members from each of the four Greek Life councils.
By Sarah Clancey | Sept. 14, 2010
The Jewish interest sorority was recently chartered.
By Sarah Clancey | Sept. 10, 2010
Chapters cannot participate without a licensed alcohol vendor present.
By Jaime Williams | Sept. 10, 2010
The organization plans to work with individual Greek Life chapters.
By Marie Mandelberg | Aug. 31, 2010
The organization’s goal is to create a comfortable community for LGBTQ students in Greek Life.
The stigma regarding homosexuality within Greek Life isn’t necessarily true all the time. However, in some chapters, there is truth to the stereotype that Greek Life members can be resistant to accept members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning community. This is a stereotype that many ...
By Ana Stock | Aug. 24, 2010
A total of 1,100 bids were distributed to the 1,452 potential members.
By Jimmy Hibsch | Aug. 24, 2010
The house will be renovated throughout the school year.
By Allison Prang | Aug. 24, 2010
The Greek Life Homecoming groupings were announced at the end of last semester, and preparation is already underway in the various chapter houses. Interfraternity Council President Brandon Green said the Homecoming Steering Committee pairs each fraternity with at least one sorority on campus, sometimes two, depending on the size of ...
Posted to On Campus by Sabrina Nunez on Aug. 17, 2010 at 12:52 a.m.
The Panhallenic Association will welcome a record number of potential new members for Formal Recruitment this year, but preparation for the event began last week as current sorority members traveled to Columbia to participate in Work Week. “The Executive Council, along with the Greek Life staff become the Recruitment Team ...
By Kelly Olejnik | July 7, 2010
The houses are on track to meet the new 2016 deadline.
By Travis Cornejo | July 7, 2010
The Interfraternity Council created the BRO program to increase recruitment.
By Jimmy Hibsch | June 25, 2010
Alcohol and fire code violations in May resulted in the loss of the fraternity's charter.
By Travis Cornejo | June 2, 2010
The fraternity will hold a six-week recruitment period.
By Travis Cornejo | May 7, 2010
The Office of Greek Life has formed groups to address each of the issues in the report.
By Alex Pesek | May 7, 2010
Breaking housing contracts costs nearly twice as much as previous years.
By Melissa Gilstrap | April 30, 2010
Chapters and individual awards were given out in numerous categories.
By Travis Cornejo | April 27, 2010
Greek Honors Night is Tuesday night in Stotler Lounge.
By Alex Pesek | April 27, 2010
The fraternity hopes to raise $1,000 in donations.
By Travis Cornejo | April 27, 2010
Fraternity members are spending 108 hours camping to raise awareness.
By Megan Pearl | April 27, 2010
The alumni held an Academic Achievement Ceremony for eight fraternities.
By Travis Cornejo | April 23, 2010
Greeks performed 14 storybook-themed skits this week.
By Wes Duplantier | April 23, 2010
The city is considering five different options for the project.
MU in Focus: Greek Week Flings tell children's stories
Posted to MU in Focus by Jayme Gardner on April 22, 2010 at 8:11 p.m.
Hannah Meyer of Gamma Phi Beta and Evan Close of Delta Upsilon perform in the 2010 Greek Week Flings on Thursday night at Jesse Auditorium. Each skit featured two dances that went along with a story line from a children's book.
By Kaylen Ralph | April 20, 2010
MSA proposes installing external lights to Greek houses to deter crime.
By Kaylen Ralph | April 20, 2010
'Letters for the Better' increased Greek Week beneficiaries to 14.
By Travis Cornejo | April 16, 2010
Events included a movie night and the Ms. Black and Gold Pageant.
By Travis Cornejo | April 13, 2010
The fraternity returns to MU after 10 years.
By Caroline Sykes | April 6, 2010
The 20 days of festivities include sporting events, food drives and skits.
By Travis Cornejo | March 25, 2010
Inclement weather moved the event inside the student center.
By Caroline Sykes | March 16, 2010
Pi Kappa Alpha expects to donate $12,000 to Special Olympics Missouri.
By Mary Novokhovsky | March 16, 2010
The sorority's philanthropy week begins today with serenades.
By Alex Pesek | March 16, 2010
One member aims to benefit the outreach program with an 800-mile bike race.
By Mary Novokhovsky | March 12, 2010
The event raised more than $1,100 for ALS research.
By Cecilia Garza | March 9, 2010
Proceeds will partly benefit MU Psychiatric Center Pediatrics Unit.
By Travis Cornejo | March 5, 2010
The sorority has planned a series of events for October.
By Travis Cornejo | March 2, 2010
IFCares hopes to have Saturday events at least twice each month.
By Jessi Turnure | Feb. 26, 2010
Event proceeds go toward heart disease prevention and education.
By Maggie Nestor | Feb. 23, 2010
More than $78,000 was raised in support for the MS Institute and patients.
By Travis Cornejo | Feb. 19, 2010
This year's event aims to build community relationships.
By Abbey Sussell | Feb. 12, 2010
Six chapters are now eligible to participate in Continuous Open Bidding.
By Maggie Nestor | Feb. 12, 2010
Philanthropic events hope to help those with multiple sclerosis.
By Megan Swieca | Feb. 9, 2010
The dinner aims to bring the community together through fellowship.
By Samantha Sunne | Feb. 9, 2010
The pre-Greek Week drive is the smallest of the year.
By Catherine Newhouse | Feb. 2, 2010
The sorority welcomes Christian students.
By Megan Pearl | Jan. 29, 2010
The Jewish-interest group originally began in the '80s.
By Travis Cornejo | Jan. 22, 2010
The Delta Omega chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. will host the "Dining with the Kappas" fundraiser Jan. 27 at CiCi's Pizza. The fundraiser is a part of iKare: The Kappa Alpha Psi Haiti Relief Initiative. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. President Donald Greenlee said planning for iKare ...