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  • Episode 1: Pomp 4 Purpose - Oklahoma State
    Welcome to one of the most exciting homecoming celebrations in the nation - Oklahoma State.

    Each year during homecoming; fraternities, sororities and campus organizations pair together to build enormous house decorations. They begin planning and designing months in advance, and then thousands of hours are dedicated to rolling up pieces of tissue paper to create the designs - a process known as “pomping”. This year, the Epsilon... Read More

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    Building Leaders

    By Alex Pena-Garcia, Auburn '13

    I’ve had incredible opportunities to be involved with many organizations throughout my time at Auburn University, but there are two that have specifically impacted me the most — serving as president of the Freshman Leadership Program and volunteering in the Cancer Center at the East Alabama Medical Center. 

    FLP is an organization comprised of an executive staff and nine groups. Each group has... Read More



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This year the Iota Psi chapter selected Senior Matt Giampa as the brother of the year. From new member to president, Giampa has done it all. He was the main force behind our Roadshow dominance this semester taking pictures and posting roadshows nearly everyday of the many events our chapter does. Through his leadership ATO has become the best Fraternity on Temple's campus. Giampa is a brother the entire chapter looks up to and strives to be like. He's leaving big shoes to be filled once he leaves for his full semester internship this summer. Love and Respect Brother Read More
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Every spring semester, the brothers of Zeta Zeta put on a cornhole fundraiser to benefit The Cornerstone of Hope, a grieving center located in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. This semester, The Cornerstone was very helpful to us when we suffered the painful loss of a brother, and through their support we were uplifted through such a saddening time. And the end of this semester, we were able to present Mark Tripodi, the executive director of Cornerstone, with a check for more than $5,500 in hopes that they will continue to help others as they helped us. Read More
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The brothers of Zeta Zeta had a cookout with the sisters of Phi Mu at the end of the semester. We had Frisbee, cornhole, and hot dogs and burgers off the grill. We had an excellent turnout on both ends and had a good time with some very lovely ladies. Read More
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