Fraternity & Sorority Life has a new initiative this year! Embark: Fraternity & Sorority Potential New Member Orientation is a program design to introduce students to the benefits and responsibilities that come from joining a fraternity or sorority. Students interested in joining any fraternity or sorority at Duke were informed that participation in Embark is expected – either prior to joining, or during the semester of a student’s initiation. This fall, it includes four sessions, offered at varying times and days to accommodate class schedules.
Watch the 2016 College of Chapters mini-documentary starring one of Duke's own, Sigma Nu Commander, Matt Alston.
The event at the Phail Wynn Jr. Center was a philanthropy event to package 100,000 meals by hand for the needy in Durham. IFC joined in for this awesome initiative by providing ~200 members in a concerted effort to make an impact on MLK Day. This opportunity usually does not exist for us as MLK Day is Bids Day for IFC chapters.
The week delay on the Spring semester allowed a unique chance to reach out as an organization. All of our chapters are also engaged in their own philanthropic initiatives on campus, ranging from work at the Ronald McDonald House to supporting efforts to end adolescent AIDS.
Laura Roberts and Jay Ruckelshaus are the 44th and 45th Duke students to win scholarship
DURHAM, NC - Duke University seniors Laura Roberts of Dallas and John âJayâ Ruckelshaus of Indianapolis were among the 32 recipients selected this weekend for prestigious Rhodes Scholarships.
This the past weekend, current members and alumni of the Kappa Omicron chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. gathered to celebrate and reflect upon 40 years of change, growth, and achievement at Duke and beyond. Congratulations to the Kappa Omicron chapter for celebrating their 40th anniversary at Duke!
On October 18th, members of Duke's Iota Mu chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Lambda Omega chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., spent an afternoon of mentorship with young women from Durham's North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. Attendees shared a meal together, engaged in group activities, and participated in an interactive academic/social workshop.
These initial months at Duke are a very exciting and likely stressful time as son/daughter are adjusting to college life. Although it may have taken a few months, we hope that they have comfortably settled into life here at Duke and are truly experiencing the many opportunities that are afforded to them on campus.
We are excited to share that the Duke Panhellenic Association has been selected as a recipient of the National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Achievement Award. This award recognizes the success of the Duke University Panhellenic Association in upholding the values and ideals of a Panhellenic through the areas of recruitment, Panhellenic structure, communication with your NPC area advisor, judicial procedures, Panhellenic programming, academics and Panhellenic community impact and relations.
This past Labor Day weekend over 85 of Duke's fraternity and sorority members participated in Duke's Greek Leadership Academy. Led by two visiting facilitators from the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), students traveled to Camp Park Springs in Providence, North Carolina to participate in IMPACTÂ®, "a campus based leadership institute designed to foster improved relationships among campus leaders through an in
JACKSONVILLE, Fl. â July 21, 2015 â Nancy Hogshead-Makar, CEO of Champion Women, a nonprofit leading targeted efforts to advocate for equality, accountability and transparency in sport, has received Pi Beta PhiÂ® Fraternity for Womenâs prestigious Member of Distinction Award.