As T-shirts hung out in the University of La Verne’s Quad, the Iota Delta Sorority ran its annual Clothesline project as a way of fighting violence.
Interested recruits are keeping busy this week as they attended events sponsored by the sororities and fraternities of the University of La Verne during this year’s rush week, which concludes today.
Campus news for the week of Nov. 12, 1999.
Responsibility to the earth they live on and a sense of pride in the community they live and go to school in has prompted the women of the University of La Verne chapter of Sigma Kappa Sorority to participate in the Adopt-A-Highway program.
Phi Sigma Sigma continued the annual tradition of its Rock-a-Thon to raise money for the National Kidney Foundation.
The University of La Verne Phi Delta Theta chapter, among many others, has recently won the Improvement Citation award from its International Headquarters, located in Oxford, Ohio.
A new addition to the Greeks on the University of La Verne campus are the members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority who joined the national organization through the Cal Poly Pomona chapter last spring.
Informational tables are scattered around while smiling faces look on, greeting potential members. It is recruitment week, one of the few weeks during the semester in which students have the opportunity to learn more about the Greek organizations on campus.
by Jason Cooper Staff Writer Members of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity began their recruitment week in a charitable style. On Sunday, they worked on their adopted two-mile total stretch of the 210 Freeway off Foothill Boulevard, restoring it to a somewhat-clean state. The Adopt-A-Highway program provides an opportunity for highway beautification through the removal of […]
The memory is still fresh: four girls were at a party, talking about the possibility of a new sorority on campus. It didn’t sound too farfetched at the time. Jokes about a name, a mascot and colors turned into a serious discussion. Once surfaced, the idea never died.