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Fraternity & Sorority Life News
Mar 12, 2012
Acacia fraternity members are heading to Indiana to provide aid to those affected by a series of tornadoes Several members of Oregon State University’s Acacia fraternity won’t be taking a road trip toward a warm beach or a ski resort during spring break, but rather to southern Indiana. They plan to drive U-Haul trucks filled [...] Read full story.
Mar 8, 2012
Shortly before the start of winter break, campus was crippled by a tragic death that struck the entire Oregon State University student body. Fred Thompson, a freshman defensive tackle for OSU’s football team, collapsed at Dixon Recreation Center while playing a pickup game of basketball. Upon being rushed to Good Samaritan Hospital, he was pronounced [...] Read full story.
Feb 10, 2012
Every year, nearly all Greek chapters at Oregon State University hold their own respective philanthropies, each aiming to raise money to help counter a major issue in today’s society. Out of all the Greek houses on campus, the most successful to date has been the Kappa Delta sorority, with their well-known “Mock Rock” event. Last [...] Read full story.
Feb 1, 2012
Greek Life has been a significant fixture in the lives of college students across the nation. Recently, Greek life at Oregon State University has reached a significant peak, with 2,806 total students representing Greek chapters within the Unified Greek Council, Inter-fraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council. This represents approximately 13.6 percent of the total population at OSU. [...] Read full story.
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