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October 15th 7 pm Orton

Presents Review
October 6th, 6 pm Casa Loma

Fraternity New Members
Sorority New Members

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!

Academics, Alumni Relations, Tradition (Brotherhood and Sisterhood), Leadership and Community Service.

Kellen Levi

Photo Credit: Goredlands.com

Kellen Levi

Kellen is a Johnston student with an emphasis in Medical Animation. How cool is that? She is the Panhell PR Chair and also involved in Outdoor Programs as well as the Swim and Dive Team.

Kellen shared, "I wanted to be a Greek because I wanted to be a member of a community of strong women whose goals are to better themselves and the community outside of Redlands. Alpha Xi supports and encourages me and my academic endeavors. They have helped me grow and inside and out in ways I could never imagine."

We're proud to have a banana pancake enthusiast who is killing it as our PR chair!


Arianne Irucuta

Arianne joined in the Fall of 2015 and is involved on campus as a Global Ambassador, Catholic Newman club and Theatre. "I choose to become a member of the Greek community because I wanted to have the full college experience.... I think Greek Life is where you can find your home or place on-campus. There are different organizations that stand for different things, but ultimately we are a group of people who have found a home and work to maintain it. Greek Life gives you the opportunity to be a leader on-campus and have a community that always supports you....My sisters have always encouraged, supported, and cared for me. I always enjoy the time that I spend with them and the memories we create. I've made true friendships within my organization and other organizations. The lip-sync is super fun and everyone is excited to see each other's performance."

How many ways to earn points

You can earn points for placement at Lip Sync, attendance at Greek Week events, Participation and placement in Intramurals, and individual attendance at Academic workshops. The ASUR Greek Life Reps may add ways to get points throughout the year and announce at Greek Council.

Update on points

Current standing is:
1. Birds (82 points)
2. Chi Rho Psi (73 points)
3. Alpha Xi (40 points) and Beta Lambda (40 points)

We hope to have an updated link on URConnect soon!

Upcoming Ways to Earn Points

Academic Workshops

Hope and Growth Mindset

Ever hit a roadblock and not sure what to do? Learn how to problem solve around obstacles and utilize your resources. This workshop will engage you in recognizing how your own sense of motivation plays a role in creating relevant ways to overcome obstacles.

Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Time: 7pm Location: Jones Computer Lab 112

Staying Focused while Undecided

In this workshop, we will give you insight on how to stay focused even when you are unsure of your major or career choice. Through our useful tool, Focus, you will gain a better understanding of yourself and find ideal career matches based on the assessments you take. Making major and career decisions can be difficult but this workshop will assist you in exploring your options and get you closer to your career paths!

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Time: 7pm Location: Jones Computer Lab 112

Social Support, Motivation, and Goal Setting

Feeling disconnected or unmotivated to set goals? It may be on your to-do list to create plans, but with no motivation or support, you may feel defeated. It happens to the best of us and we are here to help you seek out resources to make your goals a reality.
Date: Monday, October 24, 2016 Time: 7pm Location: Fire Pit

ALL GREEK HOUR Anderson Halloween Carnival October 31st!

The annual Anderson Carnival will be held on Halloween night this year! Come help out at the annual Anderson Halloween Carnival! They are looking for volunteers to help with set-up, the haunted house, games, and booths. Contact Brandi Veigh at Brandi_Veigh@redlands.edu if you are interested in

Table at the Commons for Election Sign-ups

Easy way to get Community Service? Sign-up to table to get people to register to vote. Fill out the form HERE.

SURF October 13th 5-8 pm

Garden-based service-learning projects like these emphasize a hands-on, social justice-oriented approach to learning.. Join us in advocating for a sustainable, and healthy lifestyle. Come out and decorate some pumpkins and learn more about sustainable living and mental wellness October 13th. Contact asur_communityservice@redlands.edu or asur_peereducation@redlands.edu for more info!

Mansion Masquerade October 21st

Boys and Girls Club will be hosting their Halloween themed fundraiser, Mansion Masquerade at the Burrage Mansion in
Redlands. Volunteers needed for set-up, help with the “haunted” tour as a zombie, hosting, and clean up.
Shifts include:
Friday from 10am-1pm & 1-4pm: Set-up/Decorate
Friday from 6:30pm-11pm: Zombie Character or Hosting
and Saturday from 9am-12pm: Clean-up
Contact the VC to sign-up to help a shift

Flag Football

Up Next for Intramural Sports - Flag Football!

We’d love to see Greek involvement, especially in the Recreational (beginner) League! Registration opens October 10th and closes October 21st.
Signups and more info available at IMLeagues.com, or RecIt (mobile app).
Looking forward to a great season! Please reach out with any questions:
Patrick Whalen, Assistant Director of Recreation – Patrick_whalen@redlands.edu

Homecoming Floats Needed

Register Lunches on Saturday (up until 3:30 pm)

Don't forget to register any open lunches with alumni at the next Party Approval (October 18th).

Party on Frat Row

Buy GROUP TICKETS for the Homecoming After-Football Game Party on Frat Row. (Group tickets is when a co-sponsoring organization buys discounted tickets as an entire group verses individual tickets throughout the week.)

Homecoming Floats

Meet in the Orton parking lot at 5:15pm. Alumni voting for their favorite group/float. There is a prize of $250 for first, $150 for second, and $50 for third.

Help us give feedback to our IFC and Panhell Elected Chairpersons!! You've elected them as leaders..now it's your time to give them feedback. You have an opportunity to give private feedback on the following chairs:

IFC and Panhell
Community Service
Public Relations

Greek Council Historian
ASUR Greek Life Reps

send silcence packing flier
OCT 16 Treat the Zanja

Pictures taken Sept. 16 by a Professor.

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