Tag Archives: Sorority

Greek Life preps for upcoming semester, new recruits

By Kendrick Jackson, Advertising Manager
 
With recruitment season over, fraternities and sororities will now shift their focus to the initiation process of joining a Greek life organization. During the next several weeks, new members will get a closer glimpse of what it is like to be a part of that respective Greek life organization. 

Beta Rho Epsilon hosts Relay for Life this Saturday 

By Megan Jones, Advertising Manager 
 
Relay for Life is just around the corner, which means the sisters of Beta Rho Epsilon are hard at work planning their annual event. The walk is April 8, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 pm. and will take place in the ASRC. 
 
This year’s theme will be “Finding A Cure,” which means tables, games, décor, and prizes will be “Finding Dory” themed. The goal is to inspire those with cancer to “Just Keep Swimming!” 

Spring semester brings new and returning activities to campus

By Morgan Goddard, Assistant Editor

As winter break comes to an end, not all students may be excited to head back to classes. Yet some of the greatest aspects of West Liberty University are all of the events and activities offered to students.

Campus Activities Coordinator Kate Billings gives the lowdown on what students can expect during the spring semester.

Greek life organizations await revival on campus

By Morgan Goddard, Assistant Editor 

When it comes to opportunities to join organizations on campus, many students turn to West Liberty University’s Greek Life. With five sororities and four fraternities, there are many options if a student wishes to “Go Greek.” However, come spring 2017, there will be a new fraternity opportunity as Theta Xi Fraternity makes its way to campus. 

Greek life grows in numbers after recruitment

By Kimberlyn Bland, Contributing Writer
 
Greek life is an amazing opportunity that is presented to students of West Liberty University each year, but joining Greek life is more than just joining a club or organization.   
 
Many students came to discover this for themselves as recruitment took place for sororities and fraternities, welcoming 85 new members, 61 women and 24 men, to the community.