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Central Michigan University Greek Week announced #NashStrong, the Derrick Nash Foundation, will be this year's Greek Week philanthropy.Nash was a cornerback for CMU who past away in June at the age of 20 after battling cancer since his senior year of high school.
Sigma Lambda Gamma is the only multicultural sorority on Central Michigan's campus. Founded in 1990, this year being their 25th anniversary, students and family members crowded into the UC auditorium for their New Member Presentation.Grand Rapids junior Shayna Heard said she was excited for the presentation because they had been working hard to prepare for the moment. "It's just nice to see the fruition of your work," said Heard.
Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE), the coeducational fraternity at Central Michigan University that specializes in the development of professional sales and marketing hosted its 2nd Taste of Mid Michigan, which brought in businesses from the mid Michigan area to have people sample them.
A historic moment took place for a Central Michigan University fraternity after winning first place in a national collegiate sales competition for the third time in a row. Business fraternity Pi Sigma Epsilon competed and won the Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon, a Houston, Texas sales competition.
McGuirk Arena was transformed into a dance stage Friday as Central Michigan University’s Greek community completed Greek Week 2015 with a dance off. Greek Life raised $50,047 for the Angel Wings Fund.The winner of the Mock Rock is Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Sigma Tau, and Zeta Phi Beta.
Fraternities and sororities gathered today in the Bovee University Center for the first ever Greek Week service day event, planned to replace the traditional academic games seen in years past. Four service activities were planned by the Greek Week committee, including condom stuffing, letters to veterans, notes of positivity, and breast cancer pamphlets. Greek Week Coordinator Anthony Cavatnio said the purpose of the change is to bring the week closer to the Greek community's six pillars, or values."This year we wanted to gear Greek Week more towards service and philanthropy," said the junior from Shelby Township.
Central Michigan University’s Greek community took over McGuirk Arena Tuesday as Greek athletes put their skills to the test in the Greek Week athletic games. The 11 fraternity and sorority pairs competed against one another in a relay race, tug of war, lightening and dodgeball. The top eight winning pairs from the relay race advanced to the tug of war.
After telling his wife's story of battling cancer, Damon Brown, director of Student Activities and Involvement, received a standing ovation as the guest speaker for Central Michigan University's 2015 Greek Week.
The sisters of Delta Zeta raised funds in a week-long series of philanthropy events called "Turtle Week" that included a human canvas and dunk tank.In February, the national chapter of Delta Zeta resolved to raise $5 million within the next five years for the Starky Hearing Foundation, an organization that gives digital hearing devices to children in need all over the world. The initiative is called "Hike for Hearing."The events are named after the Painted Turtle children's camp, one of the organizations that Central Michigan University's Delta Zeta chapter raised funds for.
Members of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority can plan on moving
out of their old house soon as plans for demolition and construction have been given
the green light.The Mount Pleasant Planning Commission approved a special
use permit and site plan review at its April 9 meeting for the demolition of
the old houses located at 1024 and 1026 S.
Members of Kappa Alpha Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Central Michigan University filled Pearce 226 on Wednesday night to discuss many topics including race relations, discrimination and stereotypes. The program, called The Konversation, included a panel with members from Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Psi, and Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates.
Central Michigan University football players Kavon Frazier, Jonathan Carson, Jordan Fields, Tyree Waller have all been recognized for their performances on Saturdays at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
Greek Week 2015 will be first time in university history where fraternities and sororities partner with the multicultural fraternities. The week-long celebration of unity in Greek Life will pair 11 fraternities, 11 sororities and 9 multicultural fraternities together to compete in a friendly competition to raise awareness and money for a good cause. This year's Greek Week theme is Now Albums. Greek chapters are encouraged to utilize the theme during the week-long events. The teams are able to gain points by attending events starting Sunday April 12 to Saturday April 19. All Greek PictureDate: Sunday April 12, 2015Check in Time: 5:30pmEvent Start Time: 6:00pmLocation: McGuirk ArenaEntrance Fee: $2Dress: Greek chapter lettersRules:* Attendance requirement for this event is 80% of each team.* All Greeks must wear their chapter’s letterso Each chapter may bring up to one set of wood cut letters and one chapter flag.The Greek community will be donating all proceeds raised during Greek Week 2015 to a foundation close to home, Keisha Brown's Angel Wing Foundation.
Central Michigan University's Greek community has premptively sold over $3,000 of t-shirts for Angel Wings, this year's chosen charity for a week-long fundraising competition called Greek Week taking place April 12 through April 17.The university's fraternities, sororities and multicultural fraternities will team up in three's, one chapter from each category.
The expulsion of two University of Oklahoma fraternity members who were videotaped chanting racial slurs has Central Michigan University's Sigma Alpha Epsilons attention.
Alpha Chi Omega ran away with the victory in this year’s Derby Days competition, in which sororities teamed up with Sigma Chi to raise over $7000 for the Huntsman Cancer Institute.The six-day marathon of group events took place from Sunday, November 1st to Friday, November 7th. Scoring nearly 2000 more points than the next highest sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Chi secured a $1000 reward from Sigma Chi for their own philanthropy programs.
Whether in a pile of rocks, or in a bush, the mysterious medallion is never hidden for too long from Central Michigan University student hunters.
Jeans, Ugg boots and a crew neck sweatshirt complete with letters that 95 percent of Central Michigan University students know nothing about.
Editor's Note: Paragraphs 13 and 14 of this story were updated at 11:13 p.m. on June 5.
Mount Pleasant's Planning Commission held a public hearing to gain community input on the city's draft of its master plan during its regular meeting on Thursday.
However, only one resident, Joe Olivieri, shared his concerns with the commission, and it had less to do with the plan than it did the zoning laws of downtown Mount Pleasant.
As the owner of multiple housing properties in the city through his company, Olivieri Management, his chief complaint was that the current city law regarding the allowed density, square footage and parking lot size of his properties prevented him from expanding and improving on them.
With the influx of newer rental housing developments being built elsewhere in the city, Olivieri was concerned that his properties on Main Street – largely fraternity and sorority housing – are becoming less competitive.