The NKU Panhellenic Council is doing a daily photo challenge for the month of April. Many of the day’s captions are tied into events on campus that day. Such as:Best Wingman = IFC Wing eating competition; Philanthropy Day = Day of Delta Gamma’s Anchor Splash and Delta Zeta’s Turtle Tug; Go Greek = Grand Chapter Read the Rest…
I can honestly say that being involved Greek-letter organizations looks really good on a resume.
I am now a HUGE supporter of sorority life for anyone. I have spoken to various parents at church and work about sorority life and can’t stress enough how is has enhanced Michelle’s entire college experience and what a big part her sisters play in her life.
We never stop working. We never stop planning. We never stop raising the bar for ourselves and others. It’s been a big year full of bold moves, and we could not have done it without you. Thank you for answering our challenge — and seeing the potential for the National Panhellenic Conference.
I’m amazed at how time has been flying lately. It’s been a few busy months for our family. We celebrated Lane’s graduation from college just a couple of months ago. That was very weird for me. I still haven’t wrapped my mind around the fact that I am the mother of a college graduate. Wow! Read the Rest…
In its most recent report, more than 88 percent of high school students interested in attending a state college or university said they were interested in joining a sorority or fraternity. The vast majority of those young women who expressed interest in sorority life also shared they had taken college prep courses or were in honors programs.
My final parting thought to parents: Never question the blessings of a sorority affiliation for your daughter.
If you haven’t thought about it, now is as good a time as any and we highly recommend you have a personal safety discussion.
But we’re here to tell you that your sorority network is one of your best support systems around and a great avenue to securing eventual employment.
The dialogue is critical as colleges cope with the needs of students who are dealing with a variety of mental health issues – depression, substance abuse, ADHD and more.
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