Entering college is an entirely foreign experience for most freshmen thanks to new social structures, an increased independence and demanding classes. While it might seem overwhelming, the first semester is the best time to get involved with something on campus. There’s no faster way to meet peers who share your […]
The University of North Florida’s Eta Omicron chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta (ΚΑΘ) was honored recently with the Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Community Advocate of the Year Award.
To deal with overcrowding in current chapters, UNF is choosing a sixth sorority chapter to add to the Panhellenic Council on campus.
Men wore high heels to get a feel for what it’s like to be in a woman’s shoes.
Zeta Zeta chapter suspended as the investigation continues.
New Senators Were Sworn in Through an Appointment Process
Check out what’s going on around campus in this week’s edition of News in Brief.
As rush week comes to a close, members can now purchase all their Greek-wear at the new Greek Shipping Co. located on campus. The store, located in Building 8 next to Sbarro, opened Aug. 16 and offers a variety of Greek apparel for students to fully decorate their college lifestyle. […]
A recent Chicago study found a link between an increased feeling of self-objectification and participation in the sorority rushing process and Greek life as a whole.
Approximately 190 dancers showed up for the Children’s Miracle Network-sponsored Dance Marathon which took place at the UNF Arena Nov. 21 and 22. The event benefited patients at the Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital and Shands.
After 18 hours of learning dances from various local instructors, playing games and hearing benefiting families speak, the total amount raised: $19,096.35, was revealed to participants.
The money came from different outlets such as events on and off campus prior to the marathon, donations from the public and the added amount of what each individual dancer raised, which totaled approximately $15,000.