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CHAPTERS IN ACTION

Coppin State University Initiation CeremonyThe Maryland Epsilon chapter at Coppin State University had another successful membership drive and initiation ceremony.  Each member signed the chapter's membership book and was presented with her honor cords during the ceremony.

At University of Mary Harden-Baylor the Texas Zeta chapter went to a new format for its initiation banquet.  Each student invited a professor who had made a difference in her lifeto attend the initiation ceremony.  Students, professors, and family members came together for the initiation and an ice-cream social.  Also in attendance was the president of the university, Dr. Randy O'Rear; the registrar (who had done so much to help determine qualified students), Amy McGilvray; and past faculty sponsor Kay Anderson.

Members of the Pennsylvania Alpha Nu chapter at Holy Family University attended Student Lobby Day at the State Capitol in Harrisburg.  Holy Family University has been participating in this annual event every spring semester since 2005.  The students -- Alexandra Moorhead, Catherine Bonner, Jill Keeve and Jesse Karpovich -- met with State Sen. Mike Stack and State Reps. Brendan Boyle and Gene DiGirolamo. Many people were in the Capitol that day protesting the proposed budget cuts to education on all levels in Pennsylvania.
 
Meeting the Governor in Harrisburg.
Dr. Stephen Medvec, chapter sponsor (left), and the group of students from Holy Family University enjoy their visit with State Sen. Mike Stack (center).
  At the Capitol
The group also saw Governor Tom Corbett introduce the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the outbreak of the War Between the States on April 12, 1861.

 

 

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TRIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION

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NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT

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STUDENT SHADOW PRESIDENT UPDATE

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ANNUAL REPORTS DUE SEPTEMBER 1

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CHAPTERS IN ACTION

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A MATTER OF ETHICS

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CHAPTER SPONSORS: PLEASE SEND IN YOUR CHAPTER’S INITIATION FORMS

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FIRST IDEAL

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HALL OF FAME AWARD

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INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATE MEMBER

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OPPORTUNITY FOR GIVING

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IDEALS OF PI GAMMA MU

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