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Eagle Scout fraternity officially recognized

Epsilon Tau Pi, a national fraternity for Eagle Scouts, has made its way here on campus, officially becoming recognized last fall. Jack Malo, the fraternity’s education officer, explains the organization’s current status on campus. “We are still going through the process of filling a chapter, actually, because right now we are still just a colony,” Malo said. In order to... Read More

Beach bash brings banging beats

There are a lot of mixed reviews concerning the concert which was put on by one of MWSU’s social fraternities, Phi Delta Theta, and held in Kemper of the Fulkerson Event Center on Wednesday, Sept. 2. The beach-themed event was coordinated by Phi Delta Theta member Alec Smith and featured DJ Apollo who entertained the students with his “club banger”... Read More

Rush numbers released

The second week of class is over, which also marks the end of rush and recruitment week for Western’s two fraternities and three sororities. 64 girls and 33 boys received bids from their Greek organization of choice on Sunday’s bid day. While fraternity Phi Delta Theta (called “Phi Delt”) welcomes 26 pledges, seven new members join Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE). ... Read More

Fraternities receive fall pledges

In previous years in the Interfraternity Council, there was a limit for the amount of new members each fraternity could receive. This cap has recently been removed, leaving each social fraternity with an equal opportunity to gain as many members as they find necessary. The three social fraternities that went through recruitment week are Phi Delta Theta, Tau Kappa Epsilon,... Read More

Student shares importance of Greek Week

What is Greek Week? For the Greeks on campus, they could talk someone’s ear off about it, but for a large number of people who are not in the Greek community, it is just a week when you see a variety of foreign letters. This week is for social fraternities and sororities, which means that specialized Greek letter organizations are... Read More