Phi Sigma Kappa’s Return to Campus Postponed

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By Lori Wysong News Editor Last semester, a plan was set in motion to bring the fraternity Phi Sigma Kappa back on campus after an absence of nearly 30 years. As of this week, this process has been postponed indefinitely. Phi Sigma Kappa was placed on Social Probation on Dec. 15, 1988, according to an […]

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Greek Chapters Attend Conventions

Student Life

 By Katy Shenk  Student Life Editor  Greek and summer go together, and not just in the original “Mamma Mia” movie or its recent sequel.  This summer, five of seven Washington College Greek life chapters attended their respective fraternal organization’s biennial conference or convention.  According to organization websites, the events included both ceremonial functions, such as […]

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Greek Week, Greek Games Invite Campus Organizations to Unify Through Fun

Student Life

By Isabella Sansanelli  Elm Staff Writer There are few times during the school year that the Green is packed with people. Now there’s another reason for it: the Greek Games, an event that finished off Greek Week, which lasted from April 15-April 21. Greek Week at Washington College brings the the participating fraternities and sororities together to […]

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Alpha Chi Omega Celebrates 80 Years of Strong Women

Student Life

By Garrett Wissel Elm Staff Writer After 80 years, Alpha Chi Omega is still going strong. The Beta Pi chapter of AXO celebrated their 80th anniversary this past weekend. In reality, AXO’s longevity here at Washington College is even more impressive, as they were technically founded in 1937, but due to scheduling conflicts their celebration […]

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Phi Sigs Allowed Back: Fraternity Re-Colonizes at WC After 30 Years

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By Abby Wargo News Editor After being banned from campus for nearly 30 years, the Phi Sigma fraternity is re-colonizing at Washington College. According to Candace Wannamaker, associate vice president of Student Affairs and Title IX coordinator, several members came to Student Affairs about possibly allowing the chapter back onto campus and regaining national recognition […]

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This Week in Greek

Student Life

By Cambell McNicol Elm Staff Writer This week in Greek Life on Campus, the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi can be found in Hodson Hall passing out flyers and registration forms for their annual 5k walk/run, “Queen of the Roses.” The race is in honor of AOTT sister, Jasmine Queen, and all proceeds made from […]

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Casino Night a Success

Student Life

By Lindsay Dodd Elm Staff Writer Last Saturday evening the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega hosted their annual Casino Night in the Casey Academic Center. The philanthropy of Alpha Chi Omega is domestic violence and the sisters help spread awareness and help victims of domestic violence throughout the year. Casino night consisted of a variety of betting games such as black jack, roulette, and poker. Raffles were […]

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Sorority and Rita’s Reach Out to Fight Cancer

Student Life

By Kim Friel Student Life Editor On Sept 14, the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi held a philanthropic event at Rita’s to raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and to raise awareness for childhood cancer.  Rita’s, which has been supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for 10 years now, whips up the signature flavor in […]

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