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Colleen Pace
Mar 6, 2016

UMSL Voices: You have a story

Mar 6, 2016 by Colleen Pace

Join members from Solid Line Productions in crafting and telling your story through the UMSL Voices project. Write your story about encountering the intersection of sex, culture, and violence during facilitated workshops: Tuesday, March 15, 2016  @ 2:30pm (MSC 314) Tuesday, April 5, 2016 @ 6:00pm (Theater Building) Thursday, April 14, 2016 @ 6:00pm (MSC 314) If you aren't able to make it to the workshops, consider submitting your writing online via this link. Workshop attendees will also...

Colleen Pace
Jul 24, 2014

Join Fraternity & Sorority Life at UMSL!

Jul 24, 2014 by Colleen Pace

Fraternities and sororities have so much to offer and can enhance your collegiate experience beyond anything you ever imagined.  These values-based organizations focus on brotherhood and sisterhood, community service and philanthropy, scholarship, and leadership to help members become the best person they can be.    UMSL Fraternity & Sorority Life is home to 14 campus-based and city-wide chapters.  With 7 sororities and 7 fraternities, there is a place to call home for everyone!   So...

Jason N Vasser
Oct 29, 2013

University of Alabama Moves to End Segregated Sorority System By Victor Luckerson / Tuscaloosa, Ala

Oct 29, 2013 by Jason N Vasser

Nearly a week after the University of Alabama came under fire for persistent segregation in its sorority system, school officials are set to announce a deal that would clear the way for black women to be admitted to the school’s prestigious and historically white Greek organizations. The deal, which a university spokesperson confirmed to TIME, is the first step toward ending more than a century of systematic segregation in the school’s sorority system. The move comes after a story last ...

Jason N Vasser
Oct 24, 2013

Greek Week kicks off with spirited fun by ELI WALLACH

Oct 24, 2013 by Jason N Vasser

From the john hopkins News-Letter Greek Week kicked off this past Wednesday with events hosted by Phi Delta Theta and Pi Beta Phi. Greek Week allows for fraternities and sororities to get involved with other greek organizations in the spirit of friendly competition. Events for the week will continue through Oct. 20. Throughout Greek Week, greek organizations accumulate points based upon participation and fund raising efforts. The fraternity and sorority who each accumulate the most poin...

Jason N Vasser
Oct 23, 2013

Greek organization raises $12K for United Way

Oct 23, 2013 by Jason N Vasser

An African American Greek organization raised more than $12,000 for the United Way at a recent dinner event.More than 100 members of the East St. Louis Divine Nine, a collaborative organization of nine historically African American Greek fraternities and sororities, raised the money for the Illinois Division of the United Way of Greater St. Louis at the group's inaugural Dinner for Eight Oct. 16.The intimate dinner allowed attendees to learn more about the United Way and its 170 partner agenc...