Several Greek organizations, business and science fraternities have started their spring recruitment. Members said they are looking forward to welcoming new members that have not gotten the chance to rush yet.
In the first in-person fraternity and sorority recruitment since spring 2020, students participated in events and activities which lead them to the sorority or fraternity fit for them. Every student had unique experiences and expectations of recruitment, and many ran into both emotional obstacles and pleasant surprises along the way.
Pepperdine’s newest fraternity on campus highlights professional and community goals for science majors.
Greek life has taken on a negative persona in the press, but there are a lot of positive qualities to being in Greek life.
Art by Ally Armstrong From sorority dessert mixers to fraternity dodgeball events, Greek life Recruitment events fill up much of the programming in the month of September at Seaver College. During this season, many students find a meaningful community that will last until graduation and even possibly afterwards. About one-third of the undergraduate population at […]
Pepperdine Fraternity Delta Tau Delta was removed from campus following an incident involving a hospitalization of an intoxicated student. Members, faculty and witnesses involved commented on the incident and its outcomes.
Greek groups answer the question at Psi Upsilon’s annual dance competition.
A permanently endowed scholarship will honor the late Psi Upsilon’s life
Photos by Milan Loiacono Crossroads tabled in Joslyn Plaza on Tuesday, Oct. 11 in honor of National Coming Out Day to honor the LGBTQ community on campus. Crossroads President and senior Cameron Hart shared his journey of coming out in light of the Oct. 11 celebration. This year was the 28th anniversary of National […]
Art by Peau Porotesano There are certain things that I have begun to associate with the beginning of a new Pepperdine school year: the Return, unread syllabi and Recruitment. Everyone (Greek or not) is affected by Recruitment, particularly rush, because of the strain it causes on students. With the potential benefits of an early recruitment, […]