EPC

Emory’s Panhellenic sorority chapters are voting on ending Novemberfest and other rule changes regarding recruitment. Its format is similar to the formal recruitment process that occurs every January. Associate Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life Arthur Doctor said that the event ...

“A toxic sense of exclusion” is how Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) leadership and EPC chapter presidents described Sigma Chi’s choice to only include four of the eight EPC sororities on T-shirts promoting its Derby Days events. The annual fundraiser, held ...

Every year on Emory’s campus, a slew of mostly freshman women endure two daunting weekends of constant smiling and uncomfortable semi-formal attire to earn their place in one of Emory’s most socially and politically influential institutions — the sororities of ...

“I didn’t know what to expect, and I was not expecting what happened,” College freshman Samantha Korn said about her recruitment and bid day experience. “Knowing that my new sorority sisters would be waiting for me was surreal.” This spring, ...

Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) takes the claims outlined in The Emory Wheel’s most recent staff editorial “Sorority Recruitment Disempowers Women” extremely seriously. We believe in the community of care that EPC cultivates and the positive experience of our Panhellenic women. ...

More than 500 women lined up in front of sorority houses and more than 350 men chatted outside fraternity houses for the 2015 Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) Recruitment and Interfraternity Council (IFC) Formal Rush. Numbers of participants in EPC Recruitment ...