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Friday, December 3, 2021

Greek and gay: bridging the gap

  Kayle Edwards loves her sorority, Chi Omega. She also identifies as lesbian. The meeting point of her two identities – and the tension sometimes...

Students react to losing tailgate privileges

The parking lots at Hard Rock Stadium, usually an atmosphere of thousands of students in green and orange jumping up and down to loud...

Kappa Kappa Gamma to suspend operations due to low recruitment numbers

The University of Miami’s first sorority – Kappa Kappa Gamma – will suspend its chapter operations effective May 2018, after years of struggling to...

Zeta Tau Alpha lights up Cobb fountain with Frenk, Knaul

Jessica Schwartz, a junior in Frost, led the ceremony to a close with her rendition of "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten, which she...

Pi Kappa Alpha approved to return to campus in spring 2018

In December 2016, Pi Kappa Alpha chose to close its chapter at the University of Miami after a flurry of scandals and risk management...

Alpha Sigma Phi to move out of 5800 San Amaro

Alpha Sigma Phi  fraternity (Alpha Sig) announced that it is leaving its house at 5800 San Amaro Drive after two and a half years due to...

VIDEO: Greek organizations compete in O-Cheer

https://www.facebook.com/themiamihurricane/videos/10154320991077606/?notif_t=video_copyright_restore&notif_id=1487985411206761 O-Cheer Results: Third place: Team Jungle (Delta Gamma, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sigma Chi) Second place: Team Atlantis (Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Phi, Lambada Chi Alpha) First...

Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Delta Pi crowned god and goddess

  Sophomore Aaren Sirak of Lambda Chi Alpha (Lambda Chi) and senior Lauren Rodriguez of Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) were crowned Greek God and Goddess...

Unprecedented recruitment participation presents challenges, new opportunities

This year the University of Miami’s Panhellenic Association (“Panhel”) experienced record-breaking participation with 789 women registered for formal recruitment. While some Panhel members are...

Philanthropy Day raises money for nonprofit organization United Cerebral Palsy

Students gathered on the Green and the Rock to joust and row for charity on Thursday as a part of Greek Week. Eight teams of...

Blood drive helps save lives, raise money

Sororities and fraternities came together this week to see who could donate the most blood while also raising money for charity as a part...

Greek God and Goddess contest rained out

A mob of soaked students in Greek life made their way back to their rooms earlier than expected after the annual Greek God and Goddess...