Pop, fizz, clink! New Year’s Eve is a time for champagne, sparkles and celebrations. It’s also a time for resolutions. The blank slate of a new year is perfect for finally breaking bad habits, starting healthy new ones or trying something you’ve always wanted to. So how do you make sure your resolutions will last

Have a hobby? There’s a club for that. Clubs and societies are a great way to make friends, learn something new and get involved on campus. With a seemingly endless amount of them on campus, it’s tough to know where to start. How can you decide which one is the right fit for you? Think

The sorority bidding process, though rewarding, can also be nerve-wracking. It can be tough to keep your game face on and keep your confidence up. Here are some tips to help you make it through. Bring a friend along to recruitment events for support. Not only will you have someone who can understand what you’re

  Your sorority sisters can be a family away from home, acting as a personal support system. But with everyone going their separate ways over the summer, it can be easy for the daily contact you’ve had over the school year to dwindle. Here are some ways to get back in touch before the new

  As a member of a sorority, you are constantly surrounded by supportive and inspiring women. Your sisters can become your closest friends. Now it’s finally summer, and everyone is heading off on their own adventures. It can be a challenge to go from seeing your sisters all the time to barely seeing them at

It’s that busy time of year again, when everyone is cramming for finals and making summer plans. With so much on your plate, the last thing you want to be worrying about is what to get your graduating sorority sister. These ideas will save you some legwork. Graduating sisters have accumulated countless memories during their

  It’s commonly said by members of the Greek system that with Greek life, you get out of it what you put into it. A sorority can be a big commitment, and there’s always a fundraiser or social event to attend. Because of this, balancing sorority life with school life can be tough, especially during