8:00 PM20:00

Let's Get Cozy

Take a break from the studying and stresses of finals with Panhellenic! Don’t forget to wear your favorite PJ’s and join us for delicious snacks as we bring the quarter to a close and answer all questions about recruitment. This event will be held in Patterson 220.

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5:00 PM17:00

Lorin Phillips: Hazing Prevention Program

Lorin is an educator looking to start critical conversations. She has been involved with Fraternity and Sorority Life since college. She’s worked for Tri Sigma, as the Director of Chapter Services, focused on harm reduction and chapter support for fifteen years and now works as the Assistant Executive Director. Lorin’s hands are deep into the hearts of collegiate chapters, and she’s seen it all. This event will be held in the JFK Library Auditorium.

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10:00 AM10:00

Gamma Phi Beta's Moonball Basketball Tournament

Join the women of Gamma Phi Beta in supporting their philanthropic partner, Girls On The Run International during their first annual Moonball event!

Moonball is a 3v3 basketball tournament, with a max of 5 players per team. It is $10 per person! All proceeds will be donated to Girls On The Run. 

REGISTRATION: Due no later than October 15th.

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to Oct 21

Alpha Xi Delta Nacho Frenxi

Come support the women of Alpha Xi Delta and their philanthropy Autism Speaks by stopping by their chapter house on 324 2nd Street and purchasing some delicious nachos!

$5 Fully Loaded Nachos (Chips, Cheese, Beans, Olives, Tomatos, Salsa and Sour Cream)

$2 Chips and Cheese

$1 Churros

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4:00 PM16:00

Alcohol Awareness Program- Jake Byczkowski: Solo Cup Culture

Jake starts with a critical question—why do many college students continue to drink even after experiencing alcohol-related harm?  To help audiences answer, he guides them through a thought-provoking journey of personal discovery in which he details how he recognized his own drinking problem, how to better understand the difference between “problem” and “binge” drinking, and ultimately how to create a communal movement on campus and within groups against alcohol-related harm. This event will be held in Showalter 109.

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