Fraternity and Sorority Life
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Phi Delta Theta’s iconic staircase light designs continue to brighten campus
As the University of Nebraska-Lincoln adjusted to changes due to COVID-19, the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house was business as usual. Armed with tiny cardboard cutouts, a three-tiered staircase and a computer-generated design of the Irish flag and a shamrock, the members were able to decorate their house’s spiral staircase wall with St. Patrick’s Day pixel art.
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Monday, February 10, 2020
Discover last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts on campus
Valentine’s Day is upon us and the last-minute rush to plan a fun night and pick up a suitable present may leave you scrambling. Luckily, there are multiple on-campus sales and opportunities to find some meaningful Valentine’s Day gifts for your someone special.
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Friday, February 7, 2020
Sigma Nu fraternity to officially recharter, hopes to regain condemned house
After being recognized again as a fraternity by the Interfraternity Council in 2016, Sigma Nu members began a recolonization process with multiple requirements. They will complete that process with a chartering ceremony this weekend and move forward with several goals.
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Friday, January 31, 2020
New IFC President poised to make use of his experience to accomplish goals
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Interfraternity Council chapter delegates elected Williams, a junior mechanical engineering major, to be the IFC president for the 2020 term year. Williams said he decided to run for IFC president because of his passion for the Greek community, and his main goal as president is to showcase the benefits the Greek system brings to the Lincoln community.
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Tuesday, January 28, 2020
New leadership brings new light to UNL’s Multicultural Greek Council
Marroquin-Solis, a senior economics major, is the face of the Multicultural Greek Council. In his new role, he said he is responsible for implementing new ideas, setting deadlines, managing time during meetings, making sure all organizations are adhering to their constitution and relaying information between groups.
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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
New Panhellenic president strives to empower, unite Greek community
Durham, a junior biological sciences major, was elected in November and began her year-long term at the beginning of the Spring 2020 semester. She said she ran for Panhellenic Association president to bring a new perspective to the UNL Greek community and because of her own experience in Delta Gamma.
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Thursday, December 19, 2019
Grad's Nebraska story not finished yet
Natalie Jones is wistful and proud when she speaks of her family’s homestead, Diamond Bar Ranch. As a fifth-generation Nebraskan and rancher, she hopes to eventually move back and help run the sprawling cow-calf operation, established in 1901 north of Stapleton in the Sandhills.
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Friday, October 18, 2019
Greek chapters host trick or treat for kids
Fraternities and sororities at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host Greek Street Trick-or-Treat from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Oct. 25. The event will include 22 Greek houses participating along with 17 candy booths in the Nebraska Union.
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Sunday, October 6, 2019
Looking back: N150 Homecoming
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln combined historic campus traditions with modern twists to present a Husker homecoming like no other. Celebrating the university's 150th anniversary, the 2019 Homecoming featured an expanded slate of events, a rejuvenated Cornstock festival, the university's largest parade ever, a live performance by "The Voice" finalist Hannah Huston, and many family-friendly opportunities.
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Saturday, October 5, 2019
Cornstock makes a comeback, kicks off homecoming weekend
The smell of funnel cake and grilled corn filled the air, while the lights of the stage and the ferris wheel illuminated the carnival games and attractions. UNL students, families and Lincoln community members attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2019 Cornstock Festival to kick off homecoming weekend.
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