Commissioned for Success

When Beta Theta Pi brother Garrett Welsh speaks about the importance of financial support to a college student, he puts it in...

5K raises money for kids’ lunch program

LEWISBURG, UNION COUNTY, Pennsylvania (WBRE/WYOU-TV) - Bucknell University students are participating in the “Scattered Herd 5K” this week, now a virtual run, and...

Greek Man of the Year plans return to campus

MONMOUTH, Ill. – Arturo Monroy ’20 has figured out a way to get back the spring semester experiences he’s missed at Monmouth College this...

Senior of the Year Finalist: Edenis Augustin

Originally from New York, Edenis stepped out of his comfort zone when he decided to attend the University of Pittsburgh. Although Pittsburgh...

Supporting well-being of cancer survivors

The Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University hosts a unique program designed to promote healthy and active lifestyles...

Why HBCUs Matter

When black people weren’t allowed at the table we have always created our own from inventions, neighborhoods and even colleges. Historically Black...

The Servant’s Heart

The 2020 Order of Pegasus and Founders’ Award recipient says he might not have had much of a social life, but...

Duo designs app to help small businesses

An app developed by University of Nebraska–Lincoln undergraduates may help local restaurants and small shops feeling the economic impacts of the COVID-19...

2020 Best & Brightest: Dillon Baxter, SMU

This year’s Best & Brightest Business Majors are seniors who differentiated themselves through their academic excellence, extracurricular leadership, innate potential, and personal...

Virtual charity event beats fundraising goal

Despite having to be enjoyed virtually this year, the fifth annual Shave and Buzz event at Duke University went off without a...

Meet Justin: College of Engineering Student Stories

Justin Hawthorne isn’t your average engineering student. The Phi Beta Sigma brother is animated and upbeat and talks easily...

Greeks Donate Food to Local Organizations

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — After University of Alabama classes unexpectedly moved online due to COVID-19, and students left campus for the remainder of...
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