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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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Basics of Each Fraternity & Sorority

>> Andrew Franklin, Guest Writer   Many see Greek life at APSU as a waste of time and a waste of money. Then there are the few Greeks on campus that believe it is the greatest thing ever, and everyone should rush. Let me just start off by saying Greek ...

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Let’s just say … you want to join a sorority

The business of giving advice is tricky. The adviser must have had enough trials and tribulations to be jaded, but also enough victories to be hopeful. Let’s say I’m a pro. Let’s say you’re going through recruitment. Yes, I know what you’re thinking: “Here’s another Buzzfeed-worthy ‘listical’ of cute — but ...

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Race in Greek life

Race is an ongoing topic in America, whether in education, employment or poverty. Because it is sensitive subject matter, much debate is used to approach the topic of racial status in Greek life across the U.S. “I don’t think it’s necessarily a problem at our school,” said Trevor Brand, junior ...

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‘Balls to the Walls’ raises thousands for Special Olympics

» By Chaseton Donahoe Staff Writer The Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority at APSU held its third annual Balls to the Walls Dodgeball Tournament to raise money for the Special Olympics on Saturday, April 6, at the Memorial Health Building. The dodgeball tournament’s participants were separated into three divisions, mens, womens, ...

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Holiday gift how-to guide

–klilly2@my.apsu.edu With the holiday season in full swing, gift-giving has become, once again, a monster looming on the horizon. A college student’s life is already stressful enough around this time of year with the end of the semester approaching, in addition to extracurricular obligations, work and studying. To help ease ...

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