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Greek Speak Winter 2012 Editor: Kim Ceres, Panhellenic VP of Recruitment and Public Relations ΠΚΑ ΔΓ ΚΑ ΦM ΠΚΦ ΧΩ ΣX ΑΣΑ ΔΣΘ Pins & Pearls Charity Ball On February 11th, 2012 the IFC and Panhel Greek organizations

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Greek Speak Winter 2012 Editor: Kim Ceres, Panhellenic VP of Recruitment and Public Relations ΠΚΑ ΔΓ ΚΑ ΦM ΠΚΦ ΧΩ ΣX ΑΣΑ ΔΣΘ Pins & Pearls Charity Ball On February 11th, 2012 the IFC and Panhel Greek organizations on campus came together for the first All-Greek charity ball benefiting the American Parkinson's Association. This is a cause that is near and dear to our hearts due to the fact that Dean Bob Hines was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. $2,000 was raised for the foundation. The money was raised through donations from various local businesses, ticket sales, tee-shirt sales, and through a silent auction. The new Panhel and IFC executive council members were announced at Pins and Pearls. The president of Panhellenic is Julienne Brown; VP of Recruitment and Public Relations is Kimberly Ceres; VP of Standards is Katie d Esterhazy; and VP of Administration is Kayla Flippen. The president of IFC is Matt Joseph; VP is Michael Lintner; Secretary is Jared Johnson; Treasurer is Clarke Manley; and Public Relations is Charlie Mosher. A special thanks to Brian Chisom and Lindsay Faulstick for making this event possible. Overall, the Pins and Pearls Charity Ball was extremely successful!! Panhel and IFC are both hoping to have the opportunity to host Pins and Pearls again next year. Letters Today... Julienne Brown, ΦΜ Julienne Brown is the current President of the Panhellenic Council. Julienne is a junior from Orange County, VA and is a Heath and Human Performance major. She plans on one day attending graduate school for physical therapy. In addition, to her academics, Jules is a dedicated member of the Roanoke girl s Field Hockey team. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her Phi Mu sisters, and also loves getting to know new people on campus. Jules had a unique high school experience due to the fact that she attended an all-girls boarding school an experience she wouldn t trade for the world. A few random facts about Jules are she was a Navy brat, loves doughnuts, and hates feet. When asked her favorite aspect of Greek-life she says, My favorite part of Greek Life is the bonds that are shared between both the men and women of the Greek community. Mathew Joseph, ΠΚΑ Matt Joseph is the current President of the Interfraternity Council. Matt is a sophomore from West Hartford, CT and is a Chemistry major. In his spare time, Matt enjoys playing intermural sports with his fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha, especially basketball. Matt aspires to attend Medical School at either UVA or U-Conn to be a family physician or surgeon. A couple fun facts about Matt are: he is the Delta Gamma anchor boy for the Informal Pledge Class of 2011 and is the best dancer in his fraternity. If you re really lucky he might even teach you how to dougie. When asked his favorite aspects of Greek-life Matt explains, My favorite part of Greek-life is getting to know new people on campus and the joint exec meetings between Panhel and IFC. Those are always entertaining. ...Leaders Tomorrow Kirby Davis, ΧΩ A great example of a Greek leader on campus is Kirby Davis. Kirby is a senior from Lafayette, LA and is the current president of the senior class, held two leadership positions in her sorority Chi Omega, is a member of CCM, SGA, and conducts research on lobsters in Dr. Jorgensen s research lab. This wellrounded student was recently accepted to LSU Medical School. A few random facts about Kirby are: she loves to travel and is a member of the Team USA National Jump Rope Team. Through jump rope, Kirby was given the opportunity to travel to South Africa for the World Jump Rope competition along with other exotic locations such as Greece, Germany, Czech Republic, and many states throughout the US. She even got to jump in the Macy s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. When asked her favorite part of Greek-life she says, My favorite part of Greek-life has been participating in intramural sports, lip syncs, and of course spending time with my sisters. Connor Toomey, ΚΑ Connor is a junior from San Antonio, TX, and is double majoring in English and Spanish. Connor is a member of the honor s program here on campus and was recently accepted in Alpha Chi Honor Society, which only makes up the top 5% of the juniors and 10% of the seniors. In addition, to Connor s academic achievements, he is a member of the Roanoke Basketball team, Secretary for the Kappa Alpha Order, and has been a resident advisor for the past two years. Recently, Connor has been given the opportunity to open a chapter of National Society of Success and Leadership. This is a national leadership honor society with a focus on building leaders for a better tomorrow. This is a really exciting challenge that Connor is more than ready to face. In Connor s spare time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family. After his freshman year he was given the opportunity to travel to Peru for a marketing internship. When asked Connor s favorite part of Greek-life he says, I feel that, Greek Life offers incredible opportunities as far as learning how to lead people effectively, learning to express and articulate your ideas clearly in a thoughtful and concise manner, and of course, time management. Individually Unique La La La Lady Bugs Alpha Sigma Alpha has had a busy semester! We picked up 15 new ladybugs and we are so excited to have them. We spent bids day with our new girls at a local roller-skating rink, enjoying ourselves and getting to know our newest members! Congratulations to all of the sororities and fraternities on a successful formal recruitment. We were also honored to learn that we are now the largest sorority on Roanoke s campus. Currently, our chapter is planning our upcoming philanthropy week in March and our Spring Inaugural is on March 31 st. This is also an important year for Theta Beta because our 10-year celebration on campus is coming up! We re excited to reflect on how far we ve come and even more eager for the future! Alpha Sigma Alpha (Theta Beta) looks forward to a very rewarding spring semester! Sisters by chance, Friends by choice X and a Horseshoe... CHI O! The girls of the Pi Epsilon Chapter of Chi Omega are having a great beginning to the second semester! We are please to say that recruitment went well for both sororities and fraternities. We would like to congratulate all organizations on a successful formal recruitment. Chi Omega picked up 13 beautiful new women. We feel that they will make wonderful additions to our chapter and are so excited to get to know them better. For news within our sisterhood, we would like to congratulate Maggie Anderson on her acceptance to Phi Beta Kappa, Emily Robertson on getting a job with Dixon Hughes Goodman, Kirby Davis on her acceptance into LSU Medical School, and Taylor Cazeault for being inducted into the Criminal Justice Honor s society. We are so proud of all of them! With this warm spring weather we are so ready to have the second semester get underway! If you want to find out more about Chi Omega, Pi Epsilon check out us out on Facebook and Twitter! Together Complete Like it, Love it, PHI MU! Spring 2012 has gotten off to quite a start for the Gamma Eta chapter of Phi Mu. On Bid Day, we picked up a fantastic pledge class of 11 and went bowling to celebrate. We are beyond excited to welcome our new members into our sisterhood and know that they will be great additions to our chapter! Congratulations to all the other fraternities and sororities on a successful formal recruitment. In February, Phi Mu held our annual Mr. Leg s Week to support Children s Miracle Network Hospitals. Throughout the week, all four fraternities competed in various competitions such as penny wars, t-shirt sales, lip sync and the Mr. Legs Pageant. All of the proceeds were donated to our local CMN Hospital, Carillion Children s Hospital in Downtown Roanoke. It was a very successful week! The sisters of Gamma Eta are very excited for the upcoming events the spring including Relay for Life and Alumni Weekend. We hope that everyone is off to a great start and has a successful semester! Teach Me How to DouGie The sisters of Delta Gamma are having an amazing start to our spring semester. Delta Gamma had a great recruitment, picking up eleven wonderful new members. We would like to extend congratulations to all Greek organizations on campus for a successful f ormal recruitment. We finished last year strong with a new event, Don t Blow Your Finals With DG, and Take a Break with Delta Gamma where we passed out free candy to the campus community outside of commons during the first two days of finals week. We plan to do more of these events this spring, so keep a look out for DG! Delta Gamma has been working hard to become active members of the Roanoke College community. Our sisters are also very excited to take part in several outside service activities in the Salem area, including a winter carnival at a local elementary school and participating in the race for a cure. For all those interested in learning more about Delta Gamma and our chapter there is an updated chapter website, Facebook page, Delta Gamma- Roanoke College, and which has recruitment information, news, and event information. We strongly encourage any member of the Greek or non-greek community to check out the website and/or Facebook and Twitter page to keep up with the latest events. Let s Talk About... Fried Chicken, Baked Ham, Kappa Alpha, YES MA AM! The Beta Rho chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was pleased to extend bids to six new members this semester. We whole-heartedly believe they will make excellent additions to our brotherhood. We recently attended our regional conference and won two recognition awards, most community service hours per man and most dollars raised per man. We also had our current President, Patrick DelBuono, elected to the position of Province Undergraduate Chairman. This position is the regional liaison between the KA National Office and KA chapters in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina. In addition, the Kappa Alpha Order is looking forward to our annual trip to West Virginia for Old South. We are looking forward to a semester of hard work and fun. Men of Class, Leaders by Choice The brothers of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Xi Chapter, are continuing to proudly represent its national headquarters and the Greek community of Roanoke College. This spring semester Pi Kappa Phi received eleven new and amazing associate members. We would like to congratulate all the sororities and fraternities on a successful formal recruitment. We recently elected a new Executive Council that will help lead and guide the fraternity through the next year. The new Executive Council, attended our Mid-Year Leadership Conference where Xi Chapter won eleven awards. One of our brothers, Mike Bankert, completed the Journey of Hope over the summer, in which brothers of Pi Kappa Phi start out in California and ride bikes all the way to Washington D.C. helping to raise money and spread awareness for people with disabilities and help our philanthropy Push America. Last year Pi Kappa Phi also had the best fraternity GPA on campus, and surpassing the all male average. Brotherhood is a journey, not a destination ...Our Fraternities! Whose House?! Pike s House!! Spring semester of 2012 has taken flight and the brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha have hit the ground running. Phi Chapter finished last semester excelling in the pillar of Leadership having brothers elected as the new SGA president, SGA vice president, IFC president, and IFC secretary. Our brothers have had no problem staying active on campus. We are now are focusing on the pursuit of achieving great things now that we have obtained these positions. At the close of last semester, the brotherhood had the opportunity to volunteer at the Community Christmas store. This was an experience that all valued and that has inspired the brotherhood to continue to volunteer in the community this semester. There are already are several community service events on the calendar, including Habitat for Humanity in the coming weeks. We were fortunate enough to once again bring in an excellent Formal 2012 pledge class. The new Psi pledge class is seven members strong. Although, it s smaller than a typical formal pledge class, Psi shows no lack of quality, and embodies Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, and Gentlemen . As our new executive committee fully takes shape, the unanimous goal of not just our new exec but our entire brotherhood is to ensure by the end of the semester that we portray the image of Scholars, Leaders, Athletes, and Gentlemen as loud and clear as possible to both the Roanoke College community and to the other surrounding communities at large. We gladly welcome another challenging semester as we strive to complete it as successfully and prosperous as possible. You ll find it here Sigma Chi The Sigma Chi, Tau chapter at Roanoke College continues its excellence this year by selecting Michael Lintner as VP of IFC. In addition, Chris Boylan passed the presidency to The Lord Chip Ward. Currently, we are in the midst of renovations on the new house up on Elizabeth Campus. It has been determined that thirteen brothers will be residing at the new Sigma Chi house on Elizabeth Campus in the fall semester of The thirteen brothers that will be residing on E.C next year are helping design the house. This will ensure greatness for the future of Sigma Chis to come so, that they will be able to create the same strong bonds that we have as a brotherhood now. Scholarship before Social Obligations See who is achieving high academic success (3.0 or higher!): Sororities: Alpha Sigma Alpha Jess Aminto Marguerite Ballou Colleen Britain Julie Brown Hailey Collins Libby Compton Kelsey Curran Sarah DeWitt Lauren Dukes Meredith Elsea Kayla Flippen Laura Fredell Ashley Guerrera Allie Helms Charla Henley Shana Hensley Alex Kies Becca Lemos Lilly Leon Katherine Lockwood Alyssa McManaway Logan Newton Erica Nielsen Carmella Parker Emily Roach Carolyn Roberts Lauren Russell Jamie Sievers Stephanie Simpson Meghan Smith Brittany Thacker Julia Wall Annie Watson Heather Woody Nikkia Young Chi Omega Wesley Allin Maggie Anderson Jennifer Baker Natalie Blanton Lauren Boblett Haley Boone Samantha Borzillo Caroline Casey Taylor Cazeault Kim Ceres Jessie Cutts Kirby Davis Alex DeLaricheliere Kara Drabick Hattie Figgers Kaylin Foor Erin Gibson Hope Hartley Emily Hornblower Katie Lentine Sarah Long Julia Marks Shannon McCarthy Courtney McHenry Diana Monkouski Brittany Motill Emily Rego Emily Robertson Molly Satterfield Morgan Thomson Maggie Wagner Delta Gamma Claire Allison Katie Anderson Christine Bealer Brittany Boyer Caroline Boykin Meghan Brinkley Kelsey Charest Taylor Davis Katie d Esterhazy Madison Dinneen Jessica Eversole Anne Fisher Sarah Fosbaugh Kate Frisch Maddie Gerald Lianna Hachborn Mackenzie Hermann Kathleen Hurst Brooke Jones Leigh Joyce Kara Kayrouz Julia Laffond Kelsey Largen Brittany Matherly Bridget McLaughlin Morgan Minyard Anna Moir Virginia Moore Liz Narwicz Amanda Newman Sara Sloman Chelsea Sprouse Erica Switzer Kelsey West Erin Zuercher Phi Mu Kathlyn Sowers Sophie Wilson Kelly Finn Kristen Killie Erin Burns Daniela Benzaquen Madison Foti Emily Crew Catherine George Kristina Breux Sara Manley Megan Hewett Sarah Thompson Erin Wolff Kelsey Greene Alexandra Tarasidis Charlotte Fraser Caitlin Giles Fraternities: Kappa Alpha Ben Beamer Andrew Bernstein Zach Borst Ethan Couch Patrick Cummings Bo Luck Clarke Manley Connor Toomey Nicholas Vanderhye Pi Kappa Alpha Sean Anderson Will Barrett Nathan Castellano John Conner Matt Corbicz Jared Johnson Matt Joseph Ian Kervick-Jimenez Reg Lane Mark Strelow Chris Tripp Sean Walsh Willie Wolfman Pi Kappa Phi Will Bader Mike Bankert Sam Beasley Chris Besse Zach Birtsch Matthew Bryant Tim Carey Tom Duffey Stephen Floyd Phil Gereaux Marquise Guzman Alex Hawes Tayler Kemper Kyle King Tyler Lackey Sean Mathiesen Greg Morgan Ray Owens Wai Paing Jordan Pritts Mahmoud Thaher Cullen Truett Alex Weaver Sigma Chi Garrick Dawson Robert Finn Brock Martinez Avery Thomas Andrew Truant Alex Walker-Drennen Spring Issue deadline for Submissions is April 6th. All submissions should be ed to Lindsay Faulstick
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