Greeks entertain, educate, serve

Peter Gillette

Interested in going Greek?The Lawrence University Interfraternity Council is the organization made up of members of all five fraternities on Lawrence’s campus: Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, and Beta Theta Pi.

We have a large presence on campus and in the Appleton community. We come from all different backgrounds all in the search of one common goal: brotherhood.

We serve a purpose on campus in providing entertainment and education, and provide community service both on and off campus.

IFC works closely with the Panhellic Council, whose members make up the three sororities on LU’s campus: Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Kappa Alpha Theta.

Recruitment is not until the second week of second term, but we encourage you to talk to people in the fraternities and sororities and see if Greek life is for you. You will be getting much more information over the course of first term on recruitment and there will be several informational meetings as well.

If you could like to get an early look at Greeks at Lawrence, come join us for our annual Greek Luau in Riverview Lounge, Wednesday Sept. 22 from 9-11 p.m. There will be representatives from all eight Greek organizations there and you can learn a lot more about us.

If you have questions about fraternities, feel free to contact Andy York, IFC President, by e-mail at yorka@lawrence.edu.

If you have sorority questions, contact Amy Gammon, Panhel president at gammona@lawrence.edu.

If you have general questions about the Greek system, or if you want a voice other then a student, contact Lawrence University Greek Advisor Megan Popkey at megan.m.popkey@lawrence.edu.

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