Sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma hosted their 24-hour Rock-a-Thon philanthropy event Nov. 12-13 in Sneaky Park and had members of the sorority rock in rocking chairs to raise funds for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which benefits the Kids In Need and Practice Makes Perfect foundations.
The word “sorority” carries many meanings, stereotypes and stigmas — some of which are true, while others are incredibly false. The media, especially the movie industry, portray sorority women as dimwitted party-girls and, worst of all, as women who reverse the work feminists have accomplished.
Between hay bales and twinkling lights, the women of Phi Sigma Sigma saddled up for their second annual country night at Hanawalt House Wednesday.
Iota Delta sorority members jumped their way through 24-hour philanthropy event in Sneaky Park Oct. 28 to Oct. 29. Each woman took at least five 15-minute shifts bouncing in a bounce house in order to raise money and awareness for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
“How long could I last in a zombie apocalypse” is something I ask myself on a daily basis. Not really, but during this spooky season I start to wonder. To test my skills, I participated in Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s Zombie Apocalypse Wednesday night on campus.
Superheroes stormed Ortmayer Stadium Saturday at the first Phive K Walk hosted by Phi Sigma Sigma.
Dozens of students packed the Campus Center Ballroom Tuesday night to listen and dance to music played by DJ Santana, senior broadcasting major Steven Santana; DJ Rvysprvy, junior computer science major Raymond C. Gonzales, and DJ Pablo Macia, a senior radio broadcast major, at the EDGreek event.
Students wearing flower crowns and tie dye shirts filled the South Quad Wednesday to listen and dance to live music for the first Phi Sigma Sigma Phicadelic Festival.
Twelve men competed for the title at Sigma Kappa Sorority’s first ever “Maine Men” contest but only junior English major Zachary Robertson was crowned the winner April 30 in Morgan Auditorium.
The Greek organizations at the University of La Verne came together to bring awareness to the issue of sexual assault and rape for Denim Day Wednesday in Fasnacht Court.