The Emory chapter of Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) has received the 2013 Chapter Award of Distinction from the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).
Students wearing shirts donning Chi Phi Greek letters might become a common sight in the upcoming months, as the fraternity has returned to campus after a four-year hiatus. The fraternity will participate in freshman recruitment next semester.
The Emory fraternity community came out in force to support the Office of Health Promotion's annual Take Back the Night Event, a public rally against sexual assault and relationship violence. Interfraternity Council (IFC) President Victor Rudo and Vice President of Risk Management Nate Causey joined over one dozen other readers of anonymous, personal stories of sexual assault and relationship violence.
The University and Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) fraternity struck a housing deal last week, guaranteeing AEPi housing at 17 Eagle Row for the next three years while the fraternity fundraises for either a renovated or new house at that location.
AEPi has expressed interest in a new or renovated residence during the past few years, according to Spencer Barkoff, a Goizueta Business School senior and the former AEPi president, who has led with the fraternity’s housing initiative since last year.
Join the Interfraternity Council (IFC) as we partner with the Emory University Employee Council to recognize the men and women in our community who have served in the Armed Forces. Veterans Day Events will take place Thursday, November 8 and Monday, November 12.
The Inferfraternity Council (IFC), along with our partner Greek governing councils, will partner with the Goizueta Business School's undergraduate program (BBA) to host a career-focused event specifically designed for Greek members. Greeks often struggle with how to best represent their strong leadership, service and community experiences in the resume, interview and career search process - and the aim of the event is to provide guidance on those questions.
For the first time in its four-year history, Block Party, an annual fall event on Eagle Row, was run exclusively by Greek organizations.
The Student Programming Council (SPC) chose to no longer co-host the event this year.
As a result, the Interfraternity Council (IFC), Intersorority Council (ISC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) as well as the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) co-sponsored the event this year.
Instead, SPC used the funds that traditionally went toward a Block Party performer to host smaller events throughout the semester.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) would like to thank all Greeks and potential new members for attending the Block Party yesterday on Eagle Row. Special thanks to the IFC/ISC planning committee and the leadership of Spencer Carroll, Zach Mozenter, Matthew Willis, Lauren Browning and Rebecca Rosen.
Block Party began at 4 p.m. with Run the Row to conclude Upperclass Recruitment. The event included food, music, activities, t-shirts and other giveaways and was sponsored by IFC and the Intersorority Council.