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Philanthropy Favorites

Philanthropy Day is one of the biggest days for recruitment. Not only is it important because it means you have been kept for a few different rounds but it gives each organization a chance to show what they do for the community. 351 more words


Same As It Ever Was

Picture this: a sprawling college campus with big, brick Gothic buildings. An ornate bell tower that sits atop the library, a kind of academic church. A small lake glistening underneath the April sun and a pedestrian bridge crossing over it. 1,005 more words

I Don't Know What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up


On the eve of Rock the Roof, I’ve realized that my invitations have exceeded 50 people. That being said, I hope and pray that we get about 300-400 people for our event, something that we have been focusing on for many weeks now and hoping that it turns out well. 340 more words


Penn State leader says problems could doom fraternity system

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Penn State’s president is warning that a history of misconduct could eventually result in the end of fraternities and sororities at the university. 133 more words


Founder's Day

Founder’s Day is kind of like the Fourth of July. It is an exciting day for each organization to celebrate their existence and all they have accomplished in their years since the organization was founded. 288 more words


The Absolute Best 6 College Extra-Curricular Activities

College is a unique time in one’s life and development.  You are learning, living, and socializing all on your own for probably the first time in your life.   624 more words

Party at Penn! (63 Weeks To Go)

By Kiera Reilly, C’93

It’s already April, and we’re still behind in our weekly posts. Maybe that’s because we’ve been partying too much. When we were on campus, paper invites were the way that you were invited or gained admittance to fraternity or off-campus parties. 203 more words

Kiera R.