Fraternities and Sororities at Western Michigan University Raise Money and Take Part In Campus Activities

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  • Alpha Phis Philanthropy Then

    Alpha Phis Philanthropy Then
    Alpha Phis prepared an entire breakfast for the Greek community at WMU to raise money for their philanthropy that involves cardiac aid. Photo courtesy of WMU Yearbooks.
  • Greek God and Goddess Then

    Greek God and Goddess Then
    WMU had a week filled with raising money, playing games and competitions. It was called Greek Week and the Panhellenic Council chose five women and five men to compete and to see who could raise the most money for philanthropy. Photo courtesy of Chi Omega Pi Zeta Chapter.
  • Chi Omega Participation in WMU Events Then

    Chi Omega Participation in WMU Events Then
    Chi Omegas liked staying active on WMU's campus just as much as they liked spending time with their sisters. They were involved in different sport teams, organizations, service events, campus contests, games and much more. Photo courtesy of WMU Yearbooks.
  • Pi Kappa Phi Philanthropy Then

    Pi Kappa Phi Philanthropy Then
    Pi Kappa Phi was founded at WMU in 2008 and the year they were founded they started raising for their philanthropy. They did 'Pedal for Push' which was a bike race that raised money for diabetes. Photo courtesy of The Western Herald Archives.
  • Alpha Phis Philanthropy Now

    Alpha Phis Philanthropy Now
    Alpha Phi today still raises money on WMU's campus for their philanthropy which is different kinds of cancer. Photo courtesy of Alpha Phi.
  • Pi Kappa Phi Philanthropy Now

    Pi Kappa Phi Philanthropy Now
    Pi Kappa Phi raises money to support people with diabetes so they put on a bike-a-thon and sell hot dogs, lemonade, pasta and host a water balloon a Pi Kapp to raise money. Photo courtesy of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
  • Chi Omega Participation in WMU Events Now

    Chi Omega Participation in WMU Events Now
    Chi Omegas still stay involved on campus at WMU. They broadcast Chi Omega while doing it which is an added bonus! Photo courtesy of Chi Omega Pi Zeta Chapter.
  • Greek God and Goddess Now

    Greek God and Goddess Now
    Chi Omegas participate in Greek Week still and yearly they raise money for Greek God and Goddess. Greek God and Goddess is a part in the competition when all panhellenic chapters pick a woman and a man from their chapter, who participates on campus regularly and who is actively involved. The people who the chapter's pick represent them in Greek Week and whoever can raise the most money for their organization gains them points in greek games. Photo courtesy of Chi Omega Pi Zeta Chapter.