Recruitment is the most important time of the year for sororities on any campus at any school. This is the period where we potentially welcome new members into our organizations. Usually, we compete with other sororities on campus, but this year our biggest competition was the pandemic.
Three years ago Sigma Gamma Rho became the first historically black sorority with a chapter on campus. Soon Iota Phi Theta will likely be the University’s first historically black fraternity.
The Campus Center Ballroom was alive last Thursday as Sigma Gamma Rho sorority hosted its fourth neophyte presentation since being chartered on campus in 2016.
Jeffrey Chun, senior business administration major, talks with a prospective student about the Phi Delta Theta experience in the Campus Center Ballroom during Wing Night Tuesday.
Andy Baez, senior business administration major, throws a pie in the face of Erynn Waltman, junior criminology major, Oct. 10 in the Vista La Verne courtyard.
Over 100 students came together to meet the newly initiated members of the La Verne Greek community at Greek Perfect, Wednesday night in Morgan Auditorium.
Alumna Alex Weirsma, sophomore business administration major Caroline Zanteson and senior biology major Janine Blackmur, raise awareness about domestic violence at Iota Delta’s Clothesline Project event in Sneaky Park Tuesday.
Itzel Jauregui, sophomore chemistry major, informs Pomona Salcido, senior mathematics major, about her sorority Alpha Omicron Pi, at a recruitment event in Sneaky Park Tuesday.
The latest members of the first traditionally African American sorority at the University of La Verne, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., stepped onto the University of La Verne Greek life scene Thursday night in Sneaky Park.
Everyone is a winner when it comes to benefiting a philanthropic cause, but only one team was declared the winner at Phi Delta Theta’s Spike Out ALS volleyball tournament.