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29 Jan 2014 | No Comments
Spring is an important time for Greek Life, bringing major campus events and recruitment. Whether you want to go Greek yourself or just join in on the fun, here is your guide to all things Greek. To apply for recruitment, visit towson.mycampusdirector.com. Rush week for Panhellenic Association sororities is Feb. 7 – 17 with an orientation on Feb. 5. Register for recruitment at towson.mycapusdirector.com by Feb. 4. The Interfraternity Council recruitment will take place Feb. 16 – 28, according to Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Matt Lenno. Spring Recruitment for National Pan-Hellenic Council and Unified Greek Council sororities and fraternities is Feb. 6 and Feb. 17. […] Read the full story »

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13 May 2013 | No Comments | By Thomas Martinson, Staff Writer
The sorority Phi Mu, whose goals are strong sisterhood and children’s philanthropy with Johns Hopkins Hospital, was recently awarded by Greek life for all the work they have done this past school year. Phi Mu sister Kelsey Rock was awarded Greek Council President of the Year for her work with the Panhellenic Association, a group of 10 different sorority chapters on campus. “I am very excited and honored for the award,” Rock said. “I kept good relationships with all the [Greek] presidents, made sure I was respected among them and did what I needed to make them happy.” Rock’s biggest responsibility was to represent her sorority and […] Read the full story »

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12 May 2013 | No Comments | By Alendra Salas, Columnist
Last Friday Alpha Epsilon Pi, Tau Mu Chapter held their third annual Hot Dog Eating Contest in Paws. Adam Marcus and Brandon Sacks, general members of the fraternity, were in charge of putting together the event. The first guy to eat 10 hot dogs with buns won, and for the girls, the first to eat six won. Girls could enter as a team of two, each eating three hot dogs with buns. The hot dogs were supplied by Black and Gold, the on-campus catering service. The contest was open to the general public, not just Greek Life. Most sororities entered one team of girls each, according to […] Read the full story »

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5 May 2013 | No Comments | By Alexandra Salas, Columnist
This week, sorority Alpha Omicron Pi, Theta Beta chapter, exerted a strong presence in the Towson community. This past Friday, May 3, Alpha Omicron Pi had their annual “Pi Guy” event on Burdick Field. Everyone was welcome to come out raise money for the sorority’s philanthropy, Arthritis Research. The event had baked goods you could purchase and games you could play. But the main point was to pie your friends. The new “Pi Guy” was also crowned. This year, Collin Miller of Pi Kappa Alpha won the title, according to Alpha Omicron Pi’s Twitter. This is the second year in a row that a member of Pi […] Read the full story »

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5 May 2013 | 2 Comments | By Bobbi Trimble, Staff Writer
Lambda Theta Phi founding member Juan Romero said that the Latin fraternity has a motto of “chivalry over self,” which follows them throughout life long after college. “Our graduate brothers mentor the undergraduate brothers and make sure they get out of school,” Romero said. “They check in on how much homework they have and what they’re eating. We always push each other forward whether it’s a physical challenge or an academic one.” Founded at Kean College (now University) in Union, N.J. in 1975, the fraternity has come a long way after forming during a time of great political and moral strife within the Latino community. “We are […] Read the full story »

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21 Apr 2013 | No Comments | By Alexandra Salas, Columnist
Thursday night, sororities and fraternities continued Greek Week by putting their singing and dancing skills to the test for Greek Sing. Kappa Delta, who came in first place, had a New York theme with red T-shirts that read “Life is pretty… when you’re a Kay Dee in the city.” They had New York buildings as part of their scenery and a road. They opened the dance with “New York, New York” by Frank Sinatra. From the start, you could tell their dance was going to be awesome. The girls’ moves were all in sync, and they were really loud and articulated all their words. Other songs included […] Read the full story »

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2 Apr 2013 | No Comments
Alex Salas describes how greek life members made their way into a commercial. Read the full story »

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12 Mar 2013 | No Comments
Alex Salas lets you know about two special Tri Deltas. Read the full story »

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5 Mar 2013 | No Comments
Alexandra Salas lets you know what happens and what the fraternities and sororities did with their sweatshirts. Read the full story »

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26 Feb 2013 | One Comment
Alexandra Salas talks about this giving group. Read the full story »