Exciting NPHC Community Updates

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Recently, for Black History Month, Kappa Pi – along with the CSD, BSO and others – helped bring in our brother, Roland Martin. We had a round table conversation with him about the political atmosphere, remembering MLK and how we should be doing so, among many other topics. Later that evening, he joined us in […]

Panhellenic Galentine’s Day Fun

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This February, all of our chapters have been hosting Galentine’s parties. From cookie decorating to Batchelor-viewings at the chapter houses, all of our sorority women are taking this season to bond with their sisters. Most found that this boosted morale, especially with midterms approaching, as well as helped everyone have some cute pictures from the […]

My NPHC Family

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We recently sat down with a few seniors from our NPHC chapters to get their take on what their sororities have meant to them the last four years.   DeLauren Davis from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. said, “My sorority has allowed me to channel all of my passions into one outlet. All of the […]

Why I Feel Like the Panhellenic Community Opened Me Up to New Opportunities

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Hey guys! Not too long ago I  sat down with  Emily Martin, a recent graduate  from William and Mary who  has been a member of the Gamma Kappa chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma for four years and also just served as a Kappa delegate to the Panhellenic Council. The following interview was conducted in order to gain […]

Welcome to the Team!

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In August, we will welcome Sabrina Paxton as the Graduate Assistant for Fraternity & Sorority Life. Read her bio and join us in welcoming her to the Fraternity/Sorority Advising Team. My name is Sabrina Paxton and I am so excited to join the Tribe this fall! I will be graduating this May from Emory University […]

It’s Not Goodbye. It’s See You Later.

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Caroline Ott has been the Fraternity/Sorority Life Graduate Assistant for the past two years. Last week she completed her Master’s Degree and has accepted ad job in Fraternity/Sorority Life at the University of Virginia. She offers some parting thoughts to our community. Since I’ve arrived at William & Mary in August of 2015 a lot […]