Two members of Chi Omega established Sisters of Color, an affinity group for women of color in Washington University Greek life organizations, which held its first meeting last week.
There are certain things that we’re deprived of in college—babies, home-cooked meals, a normal sleep and laundry schedule—and puppies definitely fall into this category. That’s why Chi Omega’s Rent-A-Pet is genius.
On Tuesday, Chi Omega held a Rent-A-Pet on the lawn in front of the Women’s Building. On Wednesday, Pi Beta Phi held a Pie a Pi Phi, where people could pay to throw a pie at a member of the sorority. Proceeds of both events go towards philanthropy.
Sorority chapters receive national recognitions Many Washington University sorority chapters have received awards this year. The Alpha Epsilon chapter of Delta Gamma was awarded the Patricia Peterson Danielson Award for excellence in all areas of chapter life. They also were given the Frankie Ladley Wakefield Parnassus Award. In order to be considered for this award, […]