By Jaime Gweshe
Last year, nine Greek students from University of New Hampshire and I headed to ServeUP Tampa, an Alternative Spring Break trip.
A big focus of my junior year was building my resume to get ready for future job interviews. In order to make myself more marketable, I decided to add some activities.
In the midst of the chaos occurring all around the world, it’s difficult to even grasp what peace is actually meant to look like.
When was the last time you had a burning question that was so pressing, you spent a considerable amount of time and effort trying to find the answer?
A New Perspective
Advent: derived from the Latin word “Adventus”, meaning “coming.”
As your eyes go misty, you look down and muster a half spoken thank you. Deep in your chest you feel a full sense of peace...
Ok, I know, the “Uncle Sam We Want You” thing is not cool anymore. But cut me some slack, I can’t be super relevant ALL the time.
Most Greeks have a desire to progress in their chapters and increase their involvement and leadership experience by running for chair positions or Executive Boards.
Greek Conference will be here before you know it. Have you registered, yet?
Set aside the fact that the concept of dating is something that’s only been around for a handful of decades in Western culture.
The Gospel is amazingly deep and profoundly simple. - Tyler Riffe
Greek IV exists so that every Fraternity and Sorority student might have the opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel. But what is it?
With Halloween right around the corner, Greeks across the country are asking this question, “What will I wear for Halloween this year?” If you are thinkin
In business there is a term called Return On Investment- ROI for short. It’s used to help people measure whether some new venture or opportunity is worth continuing to support or invest in.
Across the country, thousands of men and women have accepted bids or crossed into fraternities and sororities. Pledge. Neophyte. New Member.