… we simply need a reminder to all women that what you do – as a sorority woman and in the name of sorority women – affects us widely.
A unanimous decision in January by the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that the “right to freedom of association is a right enjoyed by religious and secular groups alike.”
Don’t forget your own Panhellenic history and pride this month by wearing your sorority badge or letters. You can extend your International Badge Day celebration beyond March 5, and find many resources to use on the NPC website, including a sample editorial, news release, FAQ and more.
Our potential is vast and almost immeasurable. Harnessing the power and strength of women who followed in the footsteps of our founders 109 years ago is no accident of history. The founders who foresaw “our” potential then are the women who saw well beyond the limitations of their time.
Philanthropy has long been one of NPC’s strong suits as Panhellenic women have historically been committed to community and social causes large and small.
… as recruitment begins anew this month on college campuses across the nation, let’s share our positive support for women finding the real chapter networks of support they need to become the next generation of leaders.
In order to join an NPC member group fraternity as an undergraduate member, the fraternity must have an active chartered chapter on the campus for which you are enrolled (or matriculated as defined by that institution) of the institution. Some NPC member groups do allow for the initiation of women as an alumna (or post Read the Rest…
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