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media:document:f10de899-3f4c-4e71-a0af-581e4d5ba436 Interested in what Duke NPHC has been up to during the past semester?  Check out the Fall 2015 NPHC Newsletter below.

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Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

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.

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Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life

We are excited to welcome the women of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. to Duke's campus community! The chapter's charter members were officially inducted into the Duke chapter this past Sunday at their new member presentation in the Bryan Center.

Congratulations to the new charter members of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.

Eliana Armora
Elizabeth Barahona
Mariel Charles
Samantha Garza
Jennifer Godinez Napoles
Zamantha Granados
Jessica Jara
Marleen Jones-Pool
Katrina Miller
Maria Pacheco
Alexandra Premont
Karina Santellano

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dukestudents

The Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity hosted their annual DeltaSig Open Doubles Tournament benefitting the American Red Cross. This year the event ran in conjunction with their Dad’s Weekend!

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Pictured are Duke Pi Kappa Phi members Micheal Washington and Ian McKiernan.  Congratulations to the entire Mu chapter!

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Duke's (Alpha Alpha) chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was recently honored with their organization's Scholarship Cup.

This award is given to the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter with the highest cumulative GPA over the past school year.  Join us in congratulating the Alpha Alpha chapter on their achievement!  Pictured: Alpha Alpha chapter president, Matt Ostrowski.

 

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Duke Alum named West Virginia State Director for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.:

The Nu Omicron Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is proud to announce that chapter member and Duke University alumna Kristeena Ray has been appointed to the position of West Virginia Sate Director. Ms. Ray has served the sisterhood well throughout her Zeta lifespan including active participation in the Nu Omicron chapter and NPHC while at Duke and as Secretary of the West Virginia Executive Board. There is no doubt that the State of West Virginia will continue to prosper under Ray’s leadership. Please join us in congratulating Ms. Ray in her new role as she continues to Build On the Principles of Zeta While Blazing New Paths.

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Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

Duke's Sigma Nu receives multiple honors.  Read more...

Sigma Nu honored as ROCK Chapter
The Sigma Nu chapter at Duke University was honored as a Rock Chapter award winner last weekend. The award goes to the Top Sigma Nu chapters in the nation.  To earn the award, a chapter must achieve a rating of "Excellence" in 85% of chapter operations categories over a three-year period. This is the first time the chapter has received the award since 1992.

Sigma Nu honored as Gallagher Cup Winner
The Sigma Nu chapter at Duke University was honored as this year's Gallagher Cup winner. The award goes to the chapter that has the top g.p.a. of all the Sigma Nu chapters in the nation. The chapter earned a 3.64 g.p.a. in the Spring 2014 semester.

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Congratulations to class of 2014 graduate, Noelle Cunningham, on receiving the Collegiate Soror of the Year award at her sorority's 26th South Atlantic Regional Conference.  Soror of the Year is a regional award given to a single undergraduate who has exhibited constant dedication to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., her chapter and the community and has exemplified the Nine Cardinal Virtues of Delta Sigma