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Club & Greek

Volume 86 (Fall 2014 - Spring 2015)

Going Greek: What You Should Know

going_greekThinking about joining a fraternity or sorority this semester? The University is home to eight fraternities and eight sororities, which are all nationally recognized organizations.

When it comes to getting involved on campus, Greek life is usually something that comes to mind. Whether students come into school thinking they want to join, or if the Involvement Fair is what gets them going, students soon realize they could never have enough brothers or sisters.

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi), Delta Tau Delta (DTD), Phi Kappa Psi (PhiPsi), Sigma Pi (SigPi), Sigma Tau Gamma (STG), Tau Delta Phi (TDPhi), Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE), and Theta Xi are all fraternities with a history at the University. With TKE being the University's first national fraternity, and PhiPsi being established in 1852, there are many reasons these fraternities have stuck around.

Each organization has their own unique way of standing out. While AKPsi, a professional business fraternity, is open to both men and women, DTD has a national partnership with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Sororities seen around campus are Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA), Alpha Omicron Pi (AOPi), Alpha Sigma Tau (AST), Alpha Xi Delta (AXiD), Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE), Lambda Theta Alpha (LTA), Phi Sigma Sigma (PhiSig), and Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA).

All sororities are extremely involved around campus. Whether it's AST participating in Greek Week, or Phi Sig hosting their annual mother/daughter brunch, staying busy is never hard for these chapters.

On top of being involved on campus, members of Greek life also take time to work with their organization's individual philanthropy.

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Delta Phi Epsilon


The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon would like to welcome all new and returning students. As fall semester starts to get busy quick we would like to let you know about a few exciting things we have coming up. One of the philanthropies we support is ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders). We will be holding our annual ANAD Vigil this semester where anyone is welcomed to share their story and how they overcame any hardships. Along with the ANAD Vigil we will be spreading awareness about Fat Talk Free Week where we take a silence against complaining about body image. To learn more about these events, when they will take place, and how to get involved follow us on social media or feel free to message us on Facebook with any questions. Good luck and have a great fall semester!

Facebook: Delta Phi Epsilon Delta Omega Chapter
Twitter: Delta Phi Epsilon @dphie_mu
Instagram: dphie_deltaomega
Tumblr: dphiemonmouth

Alpha Omicron Pi

Alpha Omicron Pi would like to first and foremost extend our warmest welcome back to the students of Monmouth University!! Kicking off our 2nd full year here on campus, we are very much looking forward to returning to MU for a busy and fulfilling semester!

AOII really encourages all students at MU to immerse themselves into all that our school has to offer, because finding a home away from home while in college is not only an amazing and fun experience, it is essential to being able to flourish and grow as we grow up and enter the real world. The places and people you find and call home can and will create a life changing college experience!

Since our colonization in April of 2013, Alpha Omicron Pi has done just that. It has given our members the privilege to learn and grow as individuals and has provided a true home away from home experience. It has been an incredibly fulfilling year and a half for each and every one of our sisters-and we would love to share a few reasons why.

Sisters of AOII have taken advantage of leadership opportunities offered here on campus and beyond with the love and support of their sisters always behind them. Our members can be seen at Monmouth guiding freshman through their transition to college as New Student Orientation leaders, in the dorms as Resident Assistants, all over campus as MU Ambassadors, and throughout other campus organizations as members of the executive boards of MU clubs such as SAB, Student Government, Hawk TV & many more. We encourage all of our members to Exceed the Expectation, and we extend that to all students here at Monmouth as well. There is so much offered to students on campus (and even off campus) to help build leadership experience that will help you in the future. So jump right in, get involved, and make long lasting experiences!

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Club and Greek Announcements 9/10/14

Monmouth Pep Band

The Monmouth Pep Band would like to welcome all our new students and welcome back all our returning students to Monmouth University.

We still have very limited openings in most of our sections. One section we would like to fill up is our tuba section. If you have played tuba before and want an opportunity to perform again, we want you! Please contact Professor Bryan Jenner at for more information.


MU Chabad has sushi every Wednesday in the student center from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. We have Friday night dinners at 8 pm and a grill and chill every Sunday from 5 - 7 pm.

Contact our president Liz Perkel with any questions about MU Chabad at 862-485-8865 or

National Council For Negro Women

Our Back to Business Party which will be on September 12, 2014 in Anacon from 9 pm to 1am! We will be having pizza as well as DJ TAJ from BET, 106 & Park!

Tickets are $3 for students and five dollars for guests. $5 dollars for people who do not pay before the day of the party.

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Contact Information

The Outlook
Jules L. Plangere Jr. Center for Communication
and Instructional Technology (CCIT)
Room 260, 2nd floor

The Outlook
Monmouth University
400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Phone: (732) 571-3481 | Fax: (732) 263-5151