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Greek life: More than popularity contest

Despite negative misconceptions of Greek life being one big popularity contest and completely superficial, sororities and fraternities are some of the most rewarding organizations students can join, especially at a small institution like APSU. Social media often exemplifies the notion that Greek organizations promote a “you can’t sit with us” ...

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Greek life benefits campus

Many people question the relevancy of Greek life, but it is ultimately relavent to most colleges. Sororities and fraternities are a long-standing college tradition. Many students, however, may have mixed emotions on their relevancy. The question to be asked, then: Are fraternities and sororities important to colleges? Being an outsider ...

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Alpha Delta Pi hosts third annual Run for Ronald 5k

The Eta Gamma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi hosted the third annual Run for Ronald 5k and One Mile Fun Run on Saturday, March 28. Run for Ronald is a philanthropy event Alpha Delta Pi has been involved with since 1979, and the Eta Gamma chapter has held it since ...

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