To challenge what some call a reputation for partying, Greek Week this November will feature an all-day Greek Day of Service, pushing GW’s 41 Greek-letter organizations to give back to the greater D.C. area.
September 11, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 9
Stories from the September 11, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Greek life leaders are trying to prepare their seniors for a competitive job market while bringing members who drift away back into the fold of the community.
Finding the Greek organization that is the right match for you isn’t always easy, but we’ve asked some Greek leaders for advice about finding the chapter that best fits.
It’s not surprising that members of Greek life are competitive at this time of year, with each chapter vying for the best recruits. But unfortunately, and unsurprisingly, this competition is often manifested in gossip and trash-talking.
If you’re thinking about joining Greek life this semester, I ask that you take a moment to consider whether a single-sex organization is the place for you and what it might mean for preserving diversity in your life.
Media Credit: Cartoon by Sophie McTear | Design Editor
To help make Greek life more affordable, almost every chapter provides scholarships and grants for its members. Take a look at this list to figure out if you’re eligible for some financial assistance.
Reach for a drink that’s a little classier at next weekend’s party. Not only will you like the taste, but you’ll feel much better the next morning.
Get pumped up with this playlist of Top 40 Hits, plus some throwback jams.
Since Greek life was established at GW more than 150 years ago, sororities and fraternities have become a part of University history, now making up a third of our campus population.