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Joint session calls for MU to divest from prison labor

By Emily Gallion | April 27, 2016

MSA passed the resolution to condemn MU products made by state inmates, but some representatives questioned the research behind the legislation.

Student Life seeks to implement Greek fee

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.

Revived Multicultural Greek Council seeks to increase unity of Greek councils

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.”

Meet the new Panhellenic Association executive board

Meet the new Panhellenic Association executive board

By Tess Vrbin | Jan. 20, 2016

President Amanda Farrer said: “At the end of the day, the whole board is there for the PHA community. We’re there to serve them.”

On Campus: Three resolutions passed during second joint session

Posted to On Campus by Neeti Butala on Nov. 17, 2015 at 9:03 p.m.

Joint Session picked up right where it left off at 6 p.m. on Nov. 17 after voting unanimously to end early on Nov. 10 because of safety threats on campus. Joint session unanimously voted to pass three resolutions. The Missouri Students Association, Residence Halls Association, Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council ...

Students vote to end joint session because of safety threats

By Neeti Butala | Nov. 16, 2015

Students left Tate Hall with their arms linked together and were escorted by police. Joint Session is rescheduled for Tuesday Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at Schlundt Hall 103.

Town hall teaches Greek women how to discuss identity constructively

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.

PHA holds Taking Back Beauty Week to inspire confidence unrelated to appearance

By Tess Vrbin | Nov. 7, 2015

Sophomore Summer Eppel was surprised to learn that her appearance was less important to others than she thought.

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 ...

Homecoming Queen Allison Fitts gains respect for her sincerity

In Print: Homecoming Queen Allison Fitts gains respect for her sincerity

By Tess Vrbin | Oct. 20, 2015

“She’s never apologized for who she is,” PHA VP of Programming Abby Flores said.

Letter to the Editor: Student leader responds to Facebook comments about 20th Annual Pride Photo

By Allison Fitts | Oct. 18, 2015

The official MU Facebook account received negative criticism for posting the photo in the comments.

Talent Competition Kicks Off Homecoming Week

In Print: Talent Competition Kicks Off Homecoming Week

By Brittani Langland | Oct. 6, 2015

Before the competition began, Homecoming director Kelsey Denker acknowledged the racist incident against the Legion of Black Collegians members.

IFC bans hard liquor in fraternity houses

By Tess Vrbin | Sept. 1, 2015

The new rule goes further for Greek safety than consortium proposals, PHA spokeswoman said.

PHA moves Bid Day to Faurot Field

In Print: PHA moves Bid Day to Faurot Field

By Tess Vrbin | Aug. 26, 2015

MU’s recruitment ranked second in the country.

Editorial: Loftin, Consortium ought to learn from their comedy of errors leading up to summit.

While the summit has potential, mistakes need to be addressed in order to be considered the ‘national model.'

PHA’s sexual violence education plan won’t be ‘one size fits all’

By George Roberson | June 15, 2015

The initiative was developed in coordination with the RSVP Center and Title IX Office.

PHA and IFC ‘strongly disagree’ with proposed regulations

PHA and IFC ‘strongly disagree’ with proposed regulations

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.”

Column: The needle in the haystack of Mizzou sororities

By Kennedy Jones | June 3, 2015

Is there a place for young black girls in Mizzou sororities?

Greek community expresses outrage over proposed regulations

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.

On Campus: Kappa Kappa Gamma wins overall in Greek Week for the fourth consecutive year

Posted to On Campus by Karlee Renkoski on April 28, 2015 at 6:32 p.m.

April 26 concluded the three-week competition for 2015 Greek Week, where Greek chapters competed in sports, service work and Fling, a skit competition. The Greek community gathered at 8 p.m. at Traditions Plaza where music blared before the announcement of the results. The results stated that the overall pairing ...

Student government joint session passes of five resolutions

By Dun Li | April 28, 2015

Title IX Administrator Ellen Eardley opened the session by giving a speech

In Print: Panhellenic Association elects 2014-2015 executive board

By Rachel Pierret | Nov. 18, 2014

Six of the eight executive positions were elected Nov. 9.

On Campus: Fall 2014 joint session passes six resolutions

Posted to On Campus by Waverly Colville on Nov. 16, 2014 at 2:25 p.m.

The fall 2014 joint session of MU student governments, hosted this semester by the Graduate Professional Council, gave updates on each organization and passed six resolutions. The Missouri Students Association, GPC, Residence Halls Association, Legion of Black Collegians, Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Four Front were in ...

On Campus: IFC, PHA elect new executive board members

Posted to On Campus by Rachel Pierret on Nov. 9, 2014 at 10:47 p.m.

The Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Association held elections for their organizations executive boards Sunday afternoon. Results were announced via the two groups’ twitters. Interfraternity Council President – Jason Blincow Vice President of Finance and Records – Marshall Rosga Vice President of Membership Development – Cole Lawson Vice President of Programming – Nick Danter Vice ...

PHA recruitment becomes second largest in the country

By Joseph Fafinski | Aug. 28, 2014

A total of 1,976 women signed up for PHA recruitment this year.

Sorority women participate on philanthropic 'trek'

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.

RHA hosts 2014 Joint Session with seven other student governments

By Elizabeth Loutfi | May 1, 2014

The eight student governments passed four resolutions during this semester’s joint session.

Participants chosen for 2014 Trek to Nicaragua

By Stephen Daw | March 12, 2014

12 women will be breaking ground on a school in Nicaragua in June 2014.

IFC, PHA elect new board members

By Stephen Daw | Nov. 15, 2013

The new members begin their terms Jan. 1.

PHA and IFC explain diversity in MU Greek chapters

By Stephen Daw | Oct. 23, 2013

Most agree diversity is the responsibility of individual chapters.

Circle of Sisterhood 5K raises money for building school

By Stephen Daw | Sept. 16, 2013

The event was the end of Sisterhood Week.

Phi Mu celebrates 100 years at MU

By Stephen Daw | Sept. 9, 2013

Phi Mu is one of eight sororities to pass the centennial mark at MU.

In Print: Panhellenic Association member to participate in Africa philanthropy 'trek'

By Crystal Duan | July 8, 2013

Paola Rivera is one of fifteen women to help build 50 percent female schools in Senegal.

In Print: PHA raises $20,000 to fund school to educate women

By Jill Deutsch | May 3, 2013

The Circle of Sisterhood became PHA’s official philanthropy.

On Campus: New Executive Board elected to lead Panhellenic Association

Posted to On Campus by Desiree Seals on Nov. 14, 2012 at 9:20 p.m.

The Panhellenic Association held elections for its 2013 Executive Board this past Sunday. According to a press release, candidates gave speeches in front of a panel, which included Panhellenic delegates and presidents from each chapter. The current president, Julie Dingledine, lead the elections. “I think I can speak for the ...

Greek Week 2012 winners announced

In Print: Greek Week 2012 winners announced

By Katie Yaeger | April 24, 2012

Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Kappa Theta and Beta Sigma Psi won first place overall.

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 ...

Greek Week Fling preliminaries showcase artistic talent

In Print: Greek Week Fling preliminaries showcase artistic talent

By Katie Yaeger | April 17, 2012

This year, each skit centers around a famous couple.

In Print: Greek Week blood drive collects 1,554 units

By Katie Yaeger | April 13, 2012

Technology and social media played large roles in this year's drive.

In Print: NPC program teaches PHA community 'Something of Value'

By Katie Yaeger | March 9, 2012

A mock trial encouraged discussion about risk management and chapter values between participants.

In Print: 'One Mission, One Community, One Greek Week': Greek Week 2012 preview

By Katie Yaeger | March 6, 2012

In addition to benefitting 13 organizations, the event will work with the One Mizzou initiative.

In Print: RAMS Rock-It finals draw large crowd to The Blue Note

By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 28, 2012

The February RAMS events raised more than $75,000 for multiple sclerosis.

RAMS preliminaries successful

In Print: RAMS preliminaries successful

By Katie Yaeger | Feb. 24, 2012

The competition ends a month of events fundraising for multiple sclerosis.

Greek Leadership Retreat builds relationships, unifies councils

In Print: Greek Leadership Retreat builds relationships, unifies councils

By Katie Yaeger | Jan. 24, 2012

IFC, NPHC and PHA plan to participate in more cross-council programming this year.

In Print: PHA elects 2012 executive board members

By Katie Yaeger | Nov. 1, 2011

The new board members found out about their positions Sunday.

Greek community celebrates Homecoming spirit with talent show

In Print: Greek community celebrates Homecoming spirit with talent show

By Katie Yaeger | Oct. 14, 2011

Chapter pairings displayed their singing, acting and dancing abilities.

In Print: PHA participates in National Hazing Prevention Week

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.

PHA Formal Recruitment breaks participation record

In Print: PHA Formal Recruitment breaks participation record

By Savannah Kannberg | Aug. 23, 2011

More women than ever participated in fall semester Formal Recruitment.

MSA, PHA collaborate to bring Jason Derülo to MU

By Katie Yaeger | Aug. 6, 2011

The pop singer will perform at the Fall Welcome Concert.

On Campus: Jason Derulo to headline Fall Welcome Concert

Posted to On Campus by Kelly Olejnik on Aug. 3, 2011 at 3:29 p.m.

Stuff To Do at MU created a Facebook event Wednesday announcing Jason Derulo as the headlining act at the MU Fall Welcome Concert. According to the event listed on the Stuff To Do website, the Missouri Students Association is hosting the event with the Graduate Professional Council College Music Committee ...

In Print: A guide to going Greek

By Kelly Olejnik | July 6, 2011

Greek Life coordinator Julie Drury shares her advice on getting involved in Greek Life as a freshman.

Pi Beta Phi named best chapter in nation

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.

In Print: The Greektown shuffle: Several chapters moving over the summer

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.

 Sigma Kappa to return to campus

Sigma Kappa to return to campus

By Hunter Woodall | May 15, 2011

The sorority will return to MU in fall 2012.

Gender-neutral housing resolution debated

In Print: Gender-neutral housing resolution debated

By Amanda Capua | April 29, 2011

Twenty-six MSA senators voted in favor of the resolution.

In Print: PHA, IFC elect new executive officers

By Sarah Clancey | Nov. 16, 2010

The organizations met Sunday to elect new members to their respective executive offices.

In Print: PHA committees examine chapter sizes

By Madeline O'Leary | Oct. 29, 2010

The plans came after an NPower report on Greek Life at MU.

In Print: MU honors Breast Cancer Awareness month

By Allison Prang | Oct. 12, 2010

A variety of organizations and groups on campus planned special events for the month.

Alpha Phi marks centennial celebration

In Print: Alpha Phi marks centennial celebration

By Sally French | Oct. 5, 2010

The celebration drew more than 600 students and alumnae.

Formal recruitment sees record-breaking numbers

In Print: Formal recruitment sees record-breaking numbers

By Ana Stock | Aug. 24, 2010

A total of 1,100 bids were distributed to the 1,452 potential members.

On Campus: Work Week prepares sororities for recruitment

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 ...