Many students at UWSP do are not aware of the fraternities and sororities that exist on campus. A few anonymous students at UWSP shared with me what they know, and Susan LeBow, University Centers’ Assistant Director in SIEO shared with me why she thinks students don’t know, and what Greeks can do to change that.…… Continue reading Increasing UWSP Greek Visibility
Greek organizations have something called new member education which is unique to fraternities and sororities. The end of new member education is right around the corner for many organizations. The end of the education process means that associates are about to be full-fledged active members. The education period is a crucial time for many…… Continue reading What Does Education Mean in Greek?
UWSP Breaking Stereotypes
Homecoming is an American tradition where high schools and universities dedicate a week to celebrating school spirit. UW-SP is no exception to the tradition. Homecoming at UW-SP is not only focused on celebrating for current students, but also with alumni. Events for students took place October 9th to the 15th with a theme of “Pointers Go…… Continue reading Alpha Phi at UW-SP
Sorority dues are not my favorite expense to pay. It’s two hundred dollars I would rather spend on a new pair of Nike’s or a month’s-worth of buying Chipotle for myself. Although new shoes or Mexican dinners every night would be nice, I am investing that money into myself and into other women. Besides the…… Continue reading Sorority is Success