We utilized our MyJourney facilitators to assist the President, Panhellenic Delegate, and VP DEI to present Inclusive Practices: Recognizing Biases a program from OFSL and PLAID. The speaker and activities addressed and asked us to question: unconscious and affinity bias. The message was for sisters to understand how it affected even the most commonplace interactionsContinue reading “Examine your Bias with PLAID & MyJourney”
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Namaste with Alpha Chi & Panhellenic
Thanks Ally our Panhellenic Delegate for coordinating with Zeta Tau Alpha for a relaxing yoga break! It’s amazing the talent we can find amongst our sisters and Panhellenic community. FSU is blessed with many award-winning NPC chapters!
Donuts for DVA
On October 5, our Beta Eta Chapter held Donuts for DVA to raise money for The Tallahassee Refuge House. We raised a total of $5,974, and in honor of our Panhellenic sister Holly Cummins, we donated half of the money raised to Alpha Phi’s philanthropy. We are so proud to be a part of thisContinue reading “Donuts for DVA”
Sister Jenn Coates wins Panhell Scholarship to attend SEPC
Congratulations to sister Jenn Coates for receiving a FSU Panhellenic Scholarship to attend SEPC. SEPC is short for the South Eastern Panhellenic Conference. The conference will be held March 26-29, 2015, in Atlanta, GA. Alpha Chi Omega will have 4 delegates attending the conference including Jenn. History of SEPC On February 25, 1955, theContinue reading “Sister Jenn Coates wins Panhell Scholarship to attend SEPC”
New Member Love! MC14 at BidDay 2014 with @FSUPanhellenic
We were so excited to welcome home 87 new members from 2014 Recruitment at Florida State University! We love them all and can’t wait to highlight them on our blog. We have 62 freshman, 21 sophomores and 4 juniors. Three of our freshman are legacies! MC14 comes from cities as close as Gulf Breeze, FLContinue reading “New Member Love! MC14 at BidDay 2014 with @FSUPanhellenic”
Campus Wide Risk Management
Campus Wide Risk Management with Speaker Lori Hart – January 16, 2013 Sororities and fraternities both have problems but don’t always know how to solve them in the correct ways. People outside Greek life have bad stereotypes for us: unintelligent, promiscuous, superficial, drunk, etc. We need to stop contradicting ourselves and make people see usContinue reading “Campus Wide Risk Management”
International Badge Day..
Monday, March 5, 2012 Wherever sorority women are throughout the world. International Badge Day was established in 1997 by the National Panhellenic Conference to set aside a day for women throughout the world to wear their sorority badges or Greek letters in a celebration of sisterhood. This year’s theme is: “Wear Your Letters on YourContinue reading “International Badge Day..”
We are very excited to share with you that we have been featured in the January edition of the Panhellenic Post! The Panhellenic Post is a newsletter which has been revitalized by the 2012 Panhellenic Executive Council to serve as a source of information for the Florida State University Panhellenic Community. Please click this linkContinue reading
Panhellenic House Tours..
What: Dance Marathon at Florida State University’s 1st Annual Sorority Holiday House TourWhen: Sunday, December 4th from 12:00pm to 4:00 pmCost: $15 per adult, $10 per student and senior – will include a tour of each of the 16 FSU sororities, food and refreshments, and presentations from local vendors. Benefiting Dance Marathon, Childrens Miracle Network,Continue reading “Panhellenic House Tours..”
Go Greek – Alumnae Involvement & Support
It is that time of year again. What time is that?? Recruitment time. With collegians across the country preparing for recruitment, and thousands of soon to be college freshman preparing to go thru the recruitment process. As Alumnae it is quite possible we will be asked about recruitment. So here are some tips for alumna!Continue reading “Go Greek – Alumnae Involvement & Support”