Topics: Greek Issue

Column: It’s not all that Greek to me


Earlier this month, we were a mostly white newspaper creating a race issue. Today, we’re a mostly non-Greek newspaper creating a Greek issue.

UNC students are tasked with managing the risks of parties, alcohol


Joe Calder starts by making a Google Doc.

Armed with dated rules, sororities struggle to battle sexual assault

Samantha Robertson joined a sorority because she wanted to be part of an organization that existed to serve women.

Fraternities’ and sororities’ high costs are an insurmountable barrier for some


When joining a sorority, Gwen Gaylord found herself spending more time waitressing than she did with fellow members of Chi Omega.

GPA rules vex smaller Greek chapters


Senior Charmee Mehta had to watch as her small sorority chapter couldn’t recruit freshmen in fall 2013.

Greeks serve the Chapel Hill community


For 10 years, DKE sponsors professorship

Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is dedicated to keeping UNC at the top of its academic game.

In 2000, Edward “Tee” Baur, an alumnus of Delta Kappa Epsilon, began fundraising efforts to create the Delta Kappa Epsilon Distinguished Professorship, which established a chair endowed by the fraternity to be awarded to an outstanding member of the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences.

National Pan-Hellenic fraternities’ branding ritual is rooted in history


Before he was a Chapel Hill police officer, Jeffrey Beckett joined Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. at Montclair State University in New Jersey.