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Phi Delta Theta fights ALS

Phi Delta Theta fights ALS

June 10, 2019

Washington Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, became the No. 1 chapter in the U.S. for fundraising toward helping those with Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known ...

Greek Week brings out competitive spirit

Greek Week brings out competitive spirit

June 7, 2018

The annual war called Greek Week concluded with Phi Delta Theta and Alpha Omicron Pi winning it all for their houses. The festivities commenced on Tuesday with th...

Iron Phi philanthropy donate funds

By Nathan Peters, Managing Editor

April 29, 2015

Filed under Eagle Life

Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity — Washington Epsilon chapter hosted its home run derby April 26. The derby is a way to get the campus community involved in the fraternity’s annual Iron Phi philanthropy event. The derby raised $125, totaling about $5,800 so far for the Iron Phi philanthropy. Iron Phi is the annual philanthropy event that the national Phi Delta...

EWU Greek life a tool for enhancing the college experience

By Nathan Peters, Managing Editor

January 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion

With seven fraternities and eight sororities on campus, Eastern has provided tools for students to take charge of their college experience. Through intramural sports, networking, leadership opportunities, academic support and philanthropy and community service, Greek organizations at Eastern are ways for students to learn valuable skills transferrable throughout college...

Greek life at Eastern: More than just stereotypes

By Nathan Peters, Managing Editor

October 9, 2014

Filed under Carousel, Opinion

Transferring from community college to Eastern was a culture shock for me. The amount of events and groups on campus to get involved in is still overwhelming. I have joined a few other campus groups along with The Easterner, one being Sigma Phi Epsilon – one of 10 fraternities at EWU. Joining the Greek community can be a great experience, but taking that first step may...

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