Blog Author:
Chris Heltne

Duke University Student Affairs announced their commitment to create plots for the NPHC greek organizations on campus. Together with these chapters, Student Affairs, the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, and others, these plots will be designed and planned into the landscaping behind the Bryan Center. The plots and the new park-like setting will be a great draw for the NHPC community, and campus as a whole.




Thumbnail For the first time in Duke's long history, sororities have their own houses, located on Central Campus. Before moving to Central, sororities did not have a designated living or gathering space to call their own. As part of the new house system implemented this year, each sorority on Central now has a designated common room. For Chi Omega and others, it's a great benefit to their community.