Sororities partake in annual events for specific philanthropies It’s not hard to spot the women from Delta Zeta and Sigma Sigma Sigma on Truman State University’s campus wearing their pastel shirts with Greek letters proudly […]
Communication disorders instructor Andrea Richards received her Bachelor of Arts in mass communication at Truman State University and her Master’s in education in communication disorders at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma. She is the chapter […]
The women of Tau Lambda Sigma are selling “T-Pain is My Homeboy” shirts to raise money for Relay For Life, their main philanthropy event. This is the last time the shirts will be available to order, and all proceeds will go […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A group of women on campus hope to change the way people see themselves and raise awareness about eating disorders this week. Delta Phi Epsilon is hosting its second annual Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders […]
Delta Phi Epsilon will join Truman State Greek Life as a Panhellenic organization this semester. Their recruitment week will begin Feb. 16 and they hope to petition for charter at the end of this semester […]
For those unsure of what to do this Halloween, there are four spooktacular events happening on campus — three of which will raise awareness for good causes. With Halloween coming up, there is no need […]
Every October, service sorority Alpha Sigma Gamma hosts Breast Cancer Awareness Week. However, this year iis especially important after the loss of Truman State psychology professor Terri Heckert last spring. Heckert was the speaker for […]
Rush Week during September is a way to get involved at Truman State, and there are many different reasons to participate. Truman offers a choice of social, service and professional organizations.
There will be some organizations with later rush weeks, such as the service sororities and fraternities. Be aware most sororities only rush during the fall, while most fraternities rush during the fall and spring.
About 20 percent of Truman students are involved with Greek Life, whether they are in a service or social Greek organization. […]
This year’s Greek Week events raised $15,835 which has been divided among several student scholarships and the nonprofit United Way and Victim Support Services in Kirksville.
Greek Week Coordinator Rachelle Williams said this was the most money Truman State’s Greek Week program raised during any single year. […]
Truman State students and Kirksville community members will show off their dance moves April 4 on The Quad to raise money for Victim Support Services.
This event, the Nickeglowdeon Dance-A-Thon, is a glow-in-the-dark ‘90s-themed dance marathon that is part of Greek Week. The Greek Week committee organized the event, but it specifically was designed by the philanthropy chairs of the committee along with Greek Week advisor Rachelle Williams.
Junior philanthropy chair Samantha Ruhlman said even though the event is part of Greek Week, it will be open to all of Truman’s campus and all of the Kirksville community. Ruhlman said they want the Kirksville community to come together.
The purpose of the event is to raise money for Adair County Victim Support Services, with a smaller portion of the money raised going toward the Greek Life Endowed Scholarship Fund. […]