You are here: Home // Greek Life

Phi Sigma Sigma showcases talent and raises money

Phi Sigma Sigma showcases talent and raises money
Senior international business major Jose Ruelas plays “Me Gustas Mucho” on the accordion for the Phi Sigma Sigma talent show Tuesday in La Fetra Lecture Hall. Money raised from the talent show go to the Neddie Scholarship, which helps Phi Sigma Sigma members around the nation pay for college. / photo by Jessica Harsen Bernarda Carranza Staff Writer Navy blue sweaters and gold Greek letters... 

Shooting for a cause

Shooting for a cause
Niall Harrison, a junior member of the men’s basketball team, leads the Monstarz to win the championship in Phi Sigma Sigma’s Rock ‘n’ Jock event March 12. Each team donated $30 to enter the basketball competition to raise money for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which benefits school and college readiness. / photo by Austen Beck  Read More →

Sororities welcome newbies

The women of Greek life came together last weekend to welcome potential new members as they began their journey through formal sorority recruitment. The women of Alpha Omicron Pi, Iota Delta, Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Kappa all offered bids to new members Feb. 23; 88 of the women who went through recruitment joined Greek life by the end of the weekend. “I believe Greek Life is increasing on campus... 

Order of Omega fights hazing

Order of Omega fights hazing
Alumna Sigma Kappa member Genevieve Almendarez shows her support for anti-hazing efforts by adding her name to the Order of Omega’s display in Sneaky Park on Wednesday. / photo by Keenan Gilson  Read More →

Iota Delta bowls for cystic fibrosis

Iota Delta bowls for cystic fibrosis
Senior Jared Taylor “strikes out” cystic fibrosis for Iota Delta’s Bowl for Breath on Saturday. The sorority chose bowling because it is not a strenuous sport so people with cystic fibrosis can participate. / photo by Stephanie Ball Cody Luk Staff Writer Sorority members, friends, family and members of the community learned about cystic fibrosis, bowled and socialized for a good cause at Chapparal... 

Greeks give ‘No Excuses’ to Lehigh students

Greeks give ‘No Excuses’ to Lehigh students
Junior Gerardo Cuevas talks about college to sixth graders at Lehigh Elementary School in Montclair as part of the “No Excuses University” event Nov. 8. / photo by Stephanie Ball Alana Glenn Staff Writer Sixth grade students at Lehigh Elementary School attended an assembly program last Friday, “No Excuses University,” in which students sat with members of La Verne’s Greek community and asked... 

ALS Walk tops $100k in donations

Kat Simonelli Assistant Editor The University of La Verne hosted the annual Walk to Defeat ALS with an estimated 1,200 walkers Sunday. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is a debilitative disease that causes muscle weakness and the gradual loss of motor skills over several years. “It’s a very tough disease, you lose your motor skills and it hits you so quick and there’s no recovery so once... 

Greeks talk respect at conference

Greeks talk respect at conference
Christopher Braunstein presents “Follow the Yellow Brick Road” for the Greek Conference Saturday in the Campus Center. Braunstein is the key national adviser for the California Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and president of the Alumni Advisory Board for the University. Braunstein welcomed potential members into La Verne’s Greek community. / photo By Uyen Bui Jolene Nacapuy Staff Writer Members... 

Kickball tournament raises funds for Alzheimer’s research

Kickball tournament raises funds for Alzheimer’s research
Junior Daniel Gonzalez tries to make an out at third base as Cal Poly Pomona junior Robby Gamble strides in safely at Sigma Kappa’s kickball tournament Sunday. Gonzalez and teammate Chris Gonzalez played for Phi Delta Theta’s B team, which lost to Gamble’s Phi Kappa Tau team. / Photo by Stephanie Ball Veronica Orozco Metro Editor Bleachers full of eager teams gathered at Wheeler Park Sunday morning... 

Students find fun in philanthropy

Students find fun in philanthropy
Members of Phi Delta Theta – sophomore biology major Wesley Lam and senior e-commerce major Dylan Malloy – spend their half hour shift on the teeter-totter goofing off, singing and doing tricks at their ALS event Tuesday. Fraternity members raised money by collecting donations, selling tickets for their Zumbathon, and selling items at their various events. / photo by Stephanie Ball Alison Rodriguez Staff... 
Copyright © 2009 Campus Times. All rights reserved.
Designed by Theme Junkie. Powered by WordPress.