Is Marriage for White People?

February 21, 2017 Colin Bayne 0

This past Thursday, the sorority Lambda Tau Omega hosted an event called “Is Marriage for White People”, an examination of a book of the same name about the effects and causes of the African American […]

Kappa Phi Gamma is at NJIT

October 18, 2016 Liem Ho 0

Pictured left to right are the five founding sisters of the Sigma Colony of Kappa Phi Gamma: Keya Shah (President), Sneha Nambiar (Secretary), Bansari Patel (Vice President External) and Sarika Bhavsar (Vice President Internal). On […]

Greek Spotlight: AKPsi

October 11, 2016 Mansha Kohli 0

Within NJIT’s technology university, the Martin Tuchman School of Management is a small, hidden gem often concealed by the more common majors of this university. Because we are a technologically-driven school focused on engineering, computer […]

Omega Phi Chi

October 11, 2016 Collin Urban 0

This week’s Greek Spotlight article is putting a lens on the Omega Phi Chi (ΩΦΧ) sorority and their core values of sisterhood, academic excellence, community involvement, diversity, and culture. A young sorority, OPC was founded […]

Sigma Psi Kappa Sisters with a Heart

February 22, 2016 Melanie Bucoy 0

By Melanie Bucoy NJIT’s sorority, Sigma Psi Kappa, hosted its annual Date Auction on Wednesday, February 10 in the Campus Center Atrium. Not only are these sisters providing a way for you to find a “date” […]

Phi Beta Sigma Homeless Sleep Out

December 2, 2015 Prasanna Tati 1

Phi Beta Sigma Homeless Sleep Out Prasanna Tati If you were to venture out to the lower green and Campus Center Plaza late Wednesday night, you would have encountered an enormous cardboard structure. Upon closer […]

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