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Unprecedented recruitment participation presents challenges, new opportunities
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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 excited about the spike in recruitment interest, others are concerned about overcrowded pledge classes. “I think it’s incredible that we had such high numbers,” Emily Bajalia, president of UM Panhel, wrote…

Blood drive helps save lives, raise money
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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 of Greek Week. The eight teams of Greek Week were given points for donating blood. They also received extra points for donating on a specific date, called “efficiency date,” along with…

News Briefs 2/22: Engineering Week, Greek Week
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News Briefs 2/22: Engineering Week, Greek Week

Engineering Week The University of Miami Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers kicked off Engineering Week with the U-Hack 24-hour Hackathon that ran from Saturday morning to Sunday night. The week will continue Monday with a networking session hosted by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers at the McArthur Annex from 7-8 p.m. Recent graduates…

Chi Omega holds lip-sync battle to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation
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Chi Omega holds lip-sync battle to benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

Members of 10 fraternities wore outrageous costumes, choreographed dances and attempted to twerk while participating in a lip-syncing contest Tuesday night on the Lakeside Patio. The Chi Omega sorority hosted the contest to raise awareness and funds for its national philanthropy, Make-A-Wish Foundation. Dressed in white tutus, five members from Sigma Phi Epsilon won the…

Dodging Diabetes tournament raises funds for Type 1 diabetes research
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Dodging Diabetes tournament raises funds for Type 1 diabetes research

Sixteen teams and 80 players participated in Delta Epsilon Psi (DEP)’s annual Dodging Diabetes fundraiser at the Herbert Wellness Center to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation on Saturday. The double-elimination dodgeball tournament raised almost $3,000 through registration fees and outside donations for the major non-profit charity that works to fund research on…

UPDATED: Fraternities issued cease operations orders
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UPDATED: Fraternities issued cease operations orders

UPDATED Oct. 5, 2015: The University of Miami chapters of the Sigma Chi, Zeta Beta Tau and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternities were sanctioned following the conclusion of investigations into hosting unauthorized events earlier in the semester. Margot Winick, a spokeswoman for the school, said she “understands the sanctions occurred several weeks ago.” “Thorough investigations were completed with the…

Four fraternities under investigation, issued cease operation orders
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Four fraternities under investigation, issued cease operation orders

Four fraternities at the University of Miami- Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau and Alpha Sigma Phi- were issued cease operations orders on Friday due to investigations into alleged violations of school policy, according to a statement from Associate Dean of Students and Director of Greek Life Steve Priepke on Friday. Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon…

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