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Pi Sigma Epsilon’s graduates continue to have 100-percent job placement record

Pi Sigma Epsilon’s graduates continue to have 100-percent job placement record

Pi Sigma Epsilon, despite being a smaller fraternity with only 37 active members, boasts of a statistic no other fraternity on campus can claim: 100-percent internship or career placement within three months of graduation. The average placement is an entry-level […]
Greeks / Student Life

Journey of Hope inspires student to participate a second time

While most people will be lying on the beach or working their summer job, junior Jeremy Osborne will be traveling from the west coast to Washington, D.C. on a cycling adventure that he says will change his life. Last year, […]
Greeks / Student Life

Sororities, fraternities enter recruiting period

Greek Life recruitment has been the focus for many students on campus this week and last. Jordan Rosiak rushed for Beta Theta Pi, his first and only choice, last week. “My roommate is a brother, and I’ve been around the […]
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Members of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity stand outside their newly finished house on 1005 S. Main St. (Chuck Miller/Staff Photographer)

Sigma Tau Gamma gets fresh start with new home

Sigma Tau Gamma located at 1005 S. Main St. received a new house over the summer. Olivieri Homes, 1933 Churchill Blvd., was contracted to build the home for Central Michigan University’s oldest fraternity. The construction company did not say how […]
Greeks / University

New circle aims to foster better relationship between CMU, Greek community

By the end of this week, the Central Michigan University Greek community will have left a mark on campus for years to come. In between Warriner Hall and Grawn Hall, a 12-foot circle will be constructed in the ground, with […]
Greeks / Student Life

Greek Week brings together the community to raise money for Logan MacGregor

This week kicks off the annual Greek Week when fraternities and sororities unite for a week full of events and to raise money for charity. This year, proceeds will be donated to help local 13-year-old leukemia patient Logan MacGregor. “We […]
Greeks / Student Life
Center Line sophomore John Gagnon eats a hot dog bun during Fridays hot dog eating contest, a fundraising event for the Jimmy V Foundation put on by the Delta Chi fraternity. During the contest, teams of eight were required to eat 24 hot dogs in under 7 minutes. "I could have ate a couple more, I'm really not that full," Gagon, who ate total of five hot dogs, said. "I'm like a walking promotion for the event." (Brooke Mayle/Staff Photographer)

Delta Chi raised $300 in ‘Top Dog’ hot dog eating contest Friday at His House Men’s Ministry

There’s nothing like grilling hot dogs while enjoying the sunny spring weather on a Friday afternoon; 260 hot dogs to be exact. Friday was Delta Chi’s “Top Dog” hot dog eating contest to raise money for the Jimmy V. Cancer […]
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Jake May/Staff Photographer  West Branch sophomore Kevin Laney opens his mouth for a fork full of spaghetti while Farmington Hills freshman Justin Toliver assists him in eating while he's temporarily disabled with a blindfold for the Pi Kappa Phi and Phi Sigma Sigma's Empathy Dinner fundraiser Wednesday at Wesley Center on CMU's campus. The fundraiser was in coordination with Push America, who's goal is to help people learn about abilities, teamwork, integrity and empathy.

Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Sigma team up with fundraising empathy dinner for people with disabilities

Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and Phi Sigma Sigma sorority teamed up to raise money for those with disabilities and to raise awareness against discrimination. On April 4, the two hosted the Push America Empathy Dinner at Wesley Center. “By providing […]
Greeks / On Campus / Student Life
Grand Rapids sophomore Greg Pierce takes a swing at a 1996 Pontiac Bonneville during the Sigma Tau Gamma car smash event March 30 in the courtyard between Anspach and Pearce halls. Pierce, who is part of the fraternity, took a swing as they waited for students to participate. (Adam Niemi/Staff Photographer)

Car smash event part of Sigma Tau Gamma week-long Special Olympics Michigan fundraiser

Commerce Township senior Chris Barnes stood next to his car between Pearce and Anspach halls and watched people smash its body with a bright orange hammer. Students paid $1 per swing or $5 for six swings as the hammer came […]
Greeks / Student Life / Top Stories

Delta Chi temporarily suspended over roster issues

Delta Chi fraternity has been suspended awaiting resolution of issues regarding their roster with the Office of Student Life. Interfraternity Council Vice President of Public Relations Jesse Pifko, a Warren junior, said the suspension came after Delta Chi had been […]
Greeks / Mount Pleasant / Student Groups

Greeks start neighborhood cleaning partnership to beautify town, improve outreach

Greek life at Central Michigan University established a “Greeks Clean up the Streets” program designed to beautify the community and improve relations between Greek students and Mount Pleasant residents. Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother Jon Reusch, a Macomb senior, and Jeff […]
Greeks / On Campus / Student Groups
Ubly sophomore Matt Eilers, left, and Rockwood sophomore Jeremy Osborne pedal on stationary bikes during a fundraiser for Pedals for Hope Thursday afternoon in front of the Bovee University Center. The fundraiser began Wednesday at noon and continued for 24 hours. (Jeff Smith/Staff Photographer)

Pi Kappa Phi Brothers Raise $360 for Journey of Hope

Three Pi Kappa Phi members tackled the physically and mentally demanding task of riding a stationary bicycle for 24 hours to raise money for a charity trip this summer. The members of the social fraternity “rode” from noon Wednesday to […]


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