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Friday at 7 pm in Orton

First Party Approval

January 24th
Make sure to apply for your license by the 24th!

Friday, January 20th at 4:30 pm NEW Training
Sunday, January 22nd noon RECERTIFICIATION Training

Rush Guides

Fraternity Rush Guide
Sorority Rush Guide
Link for New Member Sign-ups:

Fraternity Sign-ups END Sunday, January 22nd at MIDNIGHT
Formal Rush Invitations sent to Sorority Rushees no later than 5 pm on Friday

IFC and Panhell Board Members!

President: Sam Yaeger (Chi Sig)
Vice President: Fernando Hudson (Gamma Nu)
Secretary: Evan Suda (Chi Rho Psi)
Recruitment: Antonio Andres (Chi Rho Psi)
GAMMA: Winn Frazin (Chi Rho Psi)
Community Service: Alec Vaughan (Pi Chi)
Public Relations Chair: Romy Chang (Pi Chi)
Academic Chair: Mohamad Hamdalla (Chi Sig)

Greek Council Historian: Breeana Law (AXD)

Panhell President: Doris Hoxha (Delta)
Panhell President-Elect: Giselle Rodriguez (Sigma)
Secretary- Mary Nolan (Delta)
Community Service- Annie Beaver (Beta)
Public Relations-Anne Marie (Beta)
GAMMA- Sarah Sparks (Sigma)
Academic- Taylor Young (Sigma)
Recruitment- Jessica Ninberg (Delta)

Greek Council Minutes

Check out the hard work of your Elected Officers Here. (for those with an active Redlands.edu e-mail only)

The Greek of the Week is a spotlight on a member of the Greek Community who has excelled in upholding our Greek Life Mission and Greek Pillars. If you would like to nominate someone who has excelled recently and is a member of Greek Life, please e-mail Christy ASAP! Check out past Greeks of the Week on campus in their Greek of the Week shirts!

Sam Yaeger SP 17

Sam Yaeger, IFC President

Sam, a Business major and Track and Field member (Shot put, discus and hammer) is serving IFC this semester as President.

Sam shared, "After joining I realized that a lot of the stereotypes that people have about fraternities is completely wrong and it was the best decision I have made in my college career. My favorite part is just knowing so many people on campus and my favorite memory is probably throwing jungle jam and seeing everyone come out" Looking forward to a great Spring!

Doris Hoxha Sp 17

Doris Hoxha, Panhell President

Doris, a Biology major and member of APO, Relay for Life and Social Affairs is excited to be Panhell President this semester.

Doris shared, "I never saw myself being a part of a sorority when I first got to Redlands, I tried to rush my sophomore year but just never saw it being a fit for me. I decided to try again Junior year and it was the best decision I ever made. I saw how close these groups of girls were and I wanted that connection on campus. I would say that Greek Life is a chance to be more involved on campus not only socially but also through community service and leadership and being able to meet new people every day. My favorite part of Greek Life is how close everyone is and not only in their own organizations but in others. I love having friends in different frats and different sororities and it just shows how close of a community we are."

Orientation Leaders

There are two informational sessions on Monday, January 16 and Thursday, January 26 from 4-5pm in SLIC if students have any questions about the position.

Here is the link to the application! The application also includes the important dates, contract, responsibilities, and qualifications.

Vagina Monologues Auditions

Calling All Those Who Live As Women!! It is your time to shine and support the movement to end violence against women!

We invite you to audition for a role in the University of Redlands 2017 production of Eve Ensler's, "The Vagina Monologues".

No previous experience is necessary! We also need Spanish Speakers! Please consider auditioning in both Spanish and English if you are bilingual.

The auditions are on Monday January 16th and Tuesday January 17th from 6-9 pm. Please contact me jennifer_michaels@redlands.edu or message me on Facebook for more details or if you would like to audition but cannot make it.

The performances will take place on Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11 in Glenn Wallichs Theatre at 8pm.

Love and Equality: Fifty Years On

In 1967, the Supreme Court declared Virginia’s anti-miscegenation statute unconstitutional, a violation of the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause. The University of Redlands marks this decision with these events.

The Loving Story

Wednesday, January 18, 8pm

Hall of Letters 100

loving movie

In June 1958, Richard Loving and Mildred Jeter were married in Washington, D.C. He was a white man; she was African American and Native American. They returned to their native Virginia to start their lives together but, as “The Loving Story” tells us, they were jailed and then banished for breaking the state’s Racial Integrity Act. By marrying beyond the state’s borders and then living together as husband and wife in Virginia, they had broken the law. The Lovings were not political people, but their wish to return home as a family placed them in the middle of a historic movement.

A facilitated discussion will follow the screening.


Thursday, January 26, 7pm, Memorial Chapel

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