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“No Offense But” Panel Discussion Embraces Diversity

On Thursday, November 30, Black Student Initiative (BSI) hosted their annual “No Offense But” discussion in McCoy. They changed things up this year by making it a panel. They had people from Spectra, BSI, the Student Body, Athletics, Agriculture, Greek Life, International Club, and Latino Student Association represent on the panel. They plan to add more organizations into the next ones. The hosts of the event were Kelly Angevine and Lexi Mahaffa, with Chip Murdock as advisor of the event. Before they opened for questions, they let students know the…

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Chili Cook-Off Raises $70 and 66 Pounds of Canned Goods

Kappa Delta and Lambda Chi Alpha hosted their annual chili cook off last Tuesday in McCoy. They raised $70 along with 66 pounds of canned goods to donate to the local soup kitchen. It cost five canned goods or $5 to enter a chili, and three canned goods or three dollars to eat unlimited chili. Years ago, the chili cook off with Kappa Delta and Lambda Chi was just a social event, it has developed into an annual community service event that is open to the entire campus. This year…

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Goodies for Goblins Campus Trick-or-Treat

Goodies for Goblins was on November 2, put on by RSA. The kids trick or treated around the dorms then went into McCoy to play games. Kappa Delta had puffy painting, Omegas had face painting, Kappas had pin the spider on the web, Lil’ Sis had toss the ring on the witches’ hat, Lambda Chi had “Guess what’s in the box,” Sig had a haunted house, and TKB handed out candy at their house. Lastly, they left with pizza and cookies to end the night.  

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“Let’s Talk About Sex”

On Monday, October 23rd the sisters of Alpha Phi Kappa had a sex education workshop, open to all women to join. This consisted of learning about sexual consent and safety with Davina Cooper from Women Helping Women; and about sexual health and pleasure with Kelly Fogwell from Pure Romance. 10% of the proceeds from the Pure Romance shopping party went towards Hope House, which is Wilmington’s women’s shelter. They ended up successfully raising $99 in one fun evening. They ended up successfully raising $99 in one fun evening.

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Fall Greek Games Results After Homecoming Week

Greek Games started last week, with tug of war, quiz bowl, eating contest, and bed races; and will be over on Friday with disc golf. Tug-of-war took place on October 11th at the mud volleyball pit, which DTS and lil sis ran this event. DTS and Lil Sis dominated in this event, without losing to any other team. Second place was TKB and Omega, and third was Lambda Chi and KD. Quiz bowl and eating contest were on October 12th at the top. Omega’s ran the quiz bowl and the…

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Staff Restructuring in Student Affairs

Letter from Sigrid Solomon, Vice President for Student Affairs Good Afternoon Friends! I know that many of you are getting ready for Homecoming Festivities but I wanted to inform you of a few personnel changes in Student Affairs.  Tara Lydy will be leaving us to manage the new yogurt shop that she and Ken have been working so hard to get up and running.  Tara’s last day will be Tuesday, October 31st, she has been with the College as a staff member for 19 ½ years.  As many of you…

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Kappa Deltas Invite Girl Scouts to Wilmington College Campus

One of Kappa Delta Sorority’s local philanthropies is the Girl Scouts. A handful of local troops come to every event held, and there are even professors at Wilmington College that have daughters in the Girl Scouts that get involved. It is important to Kappa Delta to instill confidence in young girls through these events. Every Girl Scout event must hold an educational aspect; they also hold a social aspect because the girls are building relationships with other girls outside of their troop along with Kappa Delta’s. The next Girl Scout…

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To the New Pledge or Member in Greek Life…

October 2, 2017 marks the first day of pledge season for fall 2017 semester. Today is the day you will be welcomed into a “home away from home.” As an active member, I cannot wait to welcome new members into something I hold near and dear to my heart. Pledge season can be a nerve-wracking time for some, but it will all be worth it. The first thing that you need to get through is Pledge Ed. I’ve attended for the past six semesters, and it always sucks. I think…

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What Kind of Food Will Be at Rush?

Rushes are coming up and I know what everyone is thinking that isn’t in a Greek organization: what kind of food will be at these functions? Well I’m not going to answer that, you should find out yourself. But I did compile a list of each Greek Organization, when their rush is, and some fast facts put in the order of rush dates. Fraternity: Sigma Zeta AKA: Sigs Rush: Wednesday 9/20, at 9:09 at the Sig House Current active members: 19 Established: 1916 Achievements: Most Improved Organization and Greek Games…

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First ORT Meeting Encourages Collaboration Between Organizations

On September 12 at 5:15, Student Government Association (SGA) hosted the first Organizational Round Table (ORT) of the semester in the McCoy Room. ORT will occur every second Tuesday of each month and is a requirement for all organizations that are SGA-funded. Over 38 organizations were represented and shared their upcoming activities. “We would like people to collaborate with more events,” shared Andrea Barga, VP-Administration. Organizations with collaborating events include a movie night on September 21 with the Peace Corp Prep Program and Amnesty International, and an Ice Cream Social…

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