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Phi Sigs rock all night for a cure

Phi Sigs rock all night for a cure
Phi Sigma Sigma holds their annual Rock-A-Thon, where they raise money for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation. The organization donates money to the U.S. Transplant Games, The Kidney Foundation, and scholarships for high achievement. The event includes 24 hours of rocking chairs, raffles, food, and pies. Jessica Gerard, senior political science major, got a pie to the face by Brianna Means, senior communications... 

Greeks help each other’s causes

Greeks help each other's causes
Sean Case, a junior history major and member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, sets up a cystic fibrosis awareness campaign on behalf of Iota Delta sorority at the Greek Philanthropy Challenge on May 1 in Sneaky Park. The sororities and fraternities set up booths to help raise awareness of each other’s causes. Alpha Omicron Pi represented ALS on behalf of Phi Delta Theta, Iota Delta represented... 

Hygiene for veterans

Hygiene for veterans
Sophomore Shelby Griffin helps make up hygiene supply bags at the Campus Center on Monday. Hygiene supplies were made available for volunteers to assemble packages for homeless veterans. During the next two weeks, the sisters of Iota Delta will deliver packages to a veteran’s hospital in Los Angeles. / photo by Candice Salazar  Read More →

Students lend hearts to Honduras

Students lend hearts to Honduras
John Leggett and Fabian Barreto are planning a trip to Honduras with Hearts for Honduras. To make this happen, they are hosting a booth and seeking donations in the Campus Center. Leggett, the president of Phi Delta Theta, hopes to travel with Barreto this May to build housing for homeless families, and to immerse themselves in Honduran culture. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Shelby Nelson Staff Writer With... 

Rock-n-Jock is a slam dunk for philanthropy

Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Phi Sigma Sigma hosted its seventh annual Rock-n-Jock basketball philanthropy tournament Wednesday in the Athletics Pavillion. “I just came out to cheer on everybody,” Lisa Tundis, resident director of the Oaks, said. “I just love the Greek community.” Participants in the event were asked to donate $2 to play, while audience members were asked to give $1 to... 

Putting the pieces together

Putting the pieces together
Senior Angela Rios places a signed puzzle piece on one of the oak trees outside the Campus Center on Monday as part of the “Light it Up Blue” event. The event was sponsored by the College Panhellenic Association to raise awareness about autism. / photo by Debora Escobar  Read More →

Helping hands

Helping hands
Seniors Nathaniel Cruz and Karen Yu, a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, discuss donation amounts in the Campus Center on Monday. Members of AOII collected money for two days and will donate the proceeds to the Arthritis Foundation. Yu and other members of her sorority will participate in the Arthritis Walk on April 29. The Arthritis Foundation provides information and tools to those who suffer... 

Phi Sigma Sigma kicks for a cause

Phi Sigma Sigma kicks for a cause
Freshman Boye Christiansen tries to steal the ball from senior Wesley Lucas in the final game at Phi Sigma Sigma’s Kicks for Kidneys event Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Court. The event was sponsored by the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, to benefit the National Kidney Foundation. / photo by Cassandra Egan Valerie Dominguez Staff Writer Frantz Athletic Court was roaring with music and students Tuesday... 

Stüssy brings in customers

Stüssy brings in customers
Students William McCabe, Keoni Colson and Alexander Clague browsed through boxes of clothes and hats at the Stüssy outlet sale in the West Dining Room on Dec. 1. The outlet sale was hosted and sponsored by Phi Delta Theta. Stüssy is a popular clothing line that was founded in 1980 by Shawn Stüssy, an avid surfer and surfboard designer. / photo by Danielle Navarro Brianna Means Staff Writer Stüssy... 

Clothesline Project sheds light on domestic violence

Clothesline Project sheds light on domestic violence
The Clothesline Project, started in 1990 in Cape Cod, Mass., is a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt and hanging it on a clothesline. It has spread world-wide and has reached the University of La Verne, where the Iota Delta Sorority recently hung a clothesline in Sneaky Park. The colored shirts represented scenarios such as death from domestic violence,... 
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