greek life

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the United States, which aims to raise awareness about sexual violence nationwide and to educate communities on methods of prevention. Emory is participating in the observation of SAAM by hosting Sexual Assault ...

Editor’s Note: The Wheel was not able to independently confirm any of the alleged facts mentioned in this editorial.  While I can honestly say that I, and many people on this campus, do not care about anything that happens inside ...

La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. (LUL), an all-male Latin American interest fraternity, was not permitted to establish a chapter in Emory Greek Life due to hazing allegations, according to Greek Life Communications Director and Senior Director of ...

A new chapter of Delta Tau Delta (DTD), the newest fraternity colony in the Interfraternity Council (IFC), has amassed 64 members and hopes to have its own house next year, according to members of the fraternity. DTD plans to hold ...

In the 2015-2016 academic year, housing will have changed once again on Emory’s campus. The Complex, a combination of Hopkins, Smith and Thomas residence halls will be housing freshmen. Few Hall and Evans Hall (“Fevans”) will accommodate sophomores as well ...

Continuing Eagle Row’s annual round of musical chairs, two fraternities will likely change addresses for the 2015-2016 school year, according to Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Housing Jeff Tate. If both fraternities meet membership requirements, Chi Phi fraternity, currently ...

I knew I wanted to join a sorority when I came to Emory, but I didn’t know anything about what I would end up going through to receive a bid. I went into the process of recruitment as open minded ...

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 ...

For most of this weekend, Emory women stood in straight lines in business casual attire and cocktail dresses, had their cell phones taken away, were told they were not allowed to speak to one another and eventually chose one of ...