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Chris Heltne

Duke University Student Affairs announced their commitment to create plots for the NPHC greek organizations on campus.

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.

Zach Prager (T, 12), former president of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity chapter at Duke, received the Robertson Outstanding Undergraduate award, the order's highest award. Prager, who was noted for his work in risk management, anti-hazing efforts, his IFC leadership and many other accomplishments while on campus, said that being president of his chapter while at Duke was "without a doubt the greatest experience of my life."