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A Sneak Peak into UNG Greek Life


Greek life has long been a vibrant and integral part of college campuses across the United States. It offers students a unique opportunity to foster friendships, leadership skills and a sense of community. 

While fraternities and sororities engage in their own events, from an outsider’s perspective, it can seem a bit daunting or overwhelming. However, those on the outside looking in have a wonderful opportunity waiting for them if they choose to join.

Greek life is a spectrum, with numerous organizations offering distinct experiences to their members. 

Taking a closer look into the sorority side of University of North Georgia, Delta Phi Epsilon, commonly known as DPhiE, is a sorority with a unique focus on sisterhood, service and personal development. 

This past weekend, DPhiE just held their annual semi-formal in Cumming, Georgia, where sisters dressed up, built their own custom flower bouquets and enjoyed food, drinks and music.

By attending such events, students can see that Greek life is about much more than parties; it is about building connections that last a lifetime.

One of the crucial aspects that often goes unnoticed is the diversity within Greek life organizations. With DPhiE, it was evident that the sorority takes pride in being an inclusive community that welcomes individuals from various backgrounds. 

“It’s not just about the stereotypical things you see like in movies; it’s about forging lifelong friendships and contributing positively to the community.” – Kassie Scott, UNG junior and member of DPhiE

Delta Phi Epsilon is just one example of the many organizations that provide students with unique experiences and the opportunity to create lasting friendships.

If interested in joining a Greek life organization or just curious about what it has to offer, visit the UNG Panhellenic Sororities website to learn more details regarding upcoming events and eligibility. 

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Stillman Blaylock
Stillman Blaylock, Staff Editor
Hi there! My name is Stillman Blaylock and I am a Junior at the University of North Georgia. I am currently majoring in Communications with a focus in Multimedia Journalism in hopes of working in the entertainment/gaming journalism industry. Outside of my studies, I enjoy writing, cooking, programming, and spending time with my loved ones.
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