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GR∑∑KS IN SERVICE

 

Being Greek in the United States can present a few problems. Now, I am not referring to individuals whose grandparents, parents or themselves were born in the country of Greece. I am referring to individuals who have chosen to be part of a social fraternity or sorority. There is an extensive list of multicultural fraternities and sororities, honor societies, and major related organizations that also identify themselves through the use of Greek letters, but for the purpose of this discussion, I will focus on social fraternities and sororities. Continue reading “GR∑∑KS IN SERVICE”

A SIGnificant Experience: The Aftermath

Photograph courtesy of Ryan Kolter
Photograph courtesy of Ryan Kolter.

Here is what I did:

For a week I had the opportunity to provide service to a family in need. My group was given the task of making an additional two rooms to a home that housed about six people. The activities we participated in included filling up buckets of gravel and sand to mix them with cement and later prepare the concrete that would be used to hold the structure together. Continue reading “A SIGnificant Experience: The Aftermath”

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