Ninety-six student organizations set up camp on the turf of Hess field on Friday, September 10 for the University’s annual Involvement Fair. Hosted by the Office of Student Activities, the fair is held during Welcome Week as a way to network with both new and returning students and to encourage them to become active members […]
Yarleny Mejia was named ‘President of the Year’ by the Monmouth University Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Office of Student Activities on April 21, 2021. Each year these offices collaborate on and announce an application process for student organizations to apply for awards. Once the application process closes, both departments discuss the […]
On Wednesday, April 15, the Monmouth University chapter of Chi Upsilon Sigma held an event called, “Protecting Mother Earth: Save Mother Earth, Save Our Future.” The event covered aspects such as recycling, greenhouse gases, deforestation, and more.
This week, the Iota Theta chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi will be spreading awareness for their national philanthropy, The Arthritis Foundation.
On Thursday, April 8, the Tenacious Tau Eta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated hosted their annual Mr. Pink and Green pageant. After several rounds of the pageant, the hosts of the event determined that Mitchell Hendricks would be named this year’s Mr. Pink and Green.
On March 29, the sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated kicked off their ten year anniversary celebration, “Skee Week,” with an informative event called, “Lethal Dollars: What’s Your Five Year Plan?”
April is Autism Awareness month, which means that for the next few weeks, the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta’s Iota Nu chapter will be bringing awareness to the developmental disorder that affects approximately 1 in 45 adults.
Monmouth University’s Tau Chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated sponsored a “Curly Beauty” program on Monday, March 22. The sisters of the University’s Tau chapter partnered with other New Jersey chapters from Kean, Rutgers, and Seton Hall University to deliver the virtual beauty event.
On Thursday, March 18, the sisters of Chi Upsilon Sigma’s Gamma Beta Chapter hosted a virtual event called “Disparities in Health Care Amongst Different Cultures.” The informative event sought to educate those in attendance about the many ways in which different cultures treat illness and variations in access to health care.
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority hosted their annual ANAD Vigil event via Zoom on on Wednesday, March 3. Not only this, but the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon also spent the week doing many different Instagram challenges and other social media events to raise both money and awareness for one of their national philanthropies, which is the National Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Eating Disorders (ANAD).