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Lack of diversity in Greek life at LSU comes under scrutiny - Monroe News StarOpen in a New Window


Monroe News Star

Lack of diversity in Greek life at LSU comes under scrutiny
Monroe News Star
In addition to the 29 predominately white fraternity and sorority Greek houses on the LSU campus, there are one historically black fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha; one historically Latino fraternity, Phi Iota Alpha; one multi-cultural sorority, Sigma ...

 

Kappa chapter of Phi Iota Alpha to celebrate 20th anniversary - The Daily OrangeOpen in a New Window


Kappa chapter of Phi Iota Alpha to celebrate 20th anniversary
The Daily Orange
Celebrating 20 years of brotherhood, growth and success, members of the Kappa Chapter of the Latino-interest fraternity Phi Iota Alpha will be honored for their service in the Syracuse community at their sold-out anniversary luncheon and the Fiesta ...

 

Students bravely shave heads for childhood cancer awareness - The DenisonianOpen in a New Window


Students bravely shave heads for childhood cancer awareness
The Denisonian
A unique philanthropy event came to Denison on April 25 when Phi Iota Alpha and Delta Chi Fraternity teamed up to host the St. Baldrick's Head-Shaving Event. Students and community members filled A-Quad in solidarity toward ending childhood cancer ...

 

Three former presidents members of LSU fraternity - LSU The ReveilleOpen in a New Window


LSU The Reveille

Three former presidents members of LSU fraternity
LSU The Reveille
Although LSU's Phi Iota Alpha has a long history at LSU, it doesn't have a corresponding physical presence. If these former presidents were current University students, they would make up a sizeable chunk of the chapter's membership, which stands at 10 ...

 

Phi Iota Alpha fraternity to address Latino stereotypes in public forum - The Baylor LariatOpen in a New Window


Phi Iota Alpha fraternity to address Latino stereotypes in public forum
The Baylor Lariat
Phi Iota Alpha, the Latin American fraternity at Baylor, is hosting a Latino forum “An Educated Latino's Journey,” tonight at 7:30 p.m. in 103 Cashion Academic Center. This forum will discuss many issues that have been circulating the Baylor campus ...

 

Newly DACA-mented Arkansas Students Discuss Higher Education Challenges - University of Arkansas NewswireOpen in a New Window


University of Arkansas Newswire

Newly DACA-mented Arkansas Students Discuss Higher Education Challenges
University of Arkansas Newswire
“DACAmented and Still DREAMing” is sponsored by four U of A Latino student organizations: the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc., the League of United Latin American Citizens, and Phi Iota Alpha -- Alpha Lambda Chapter.

 

Delta Phi Lambda hosts Global Gala - Grand Valley LanthornOpen in a New Window


Grand Valley Lanthorn

Delta Phi Lambda hosts Global Gala
Grand Valley Lanthorn
The Iota chapter of Delta Phi Lamda Sorority, Inc. at Grand Valley State University hosted a night of entertainment, charity and cultural awareness during the seventh annual Global Gala. Global Gala was free and open to the public. The cultural ...

 

Baylor Relay for Life kicks off at McLane Student Life tailgating area - The Baylor LariatOpen in a New Window


Baylor Relay for Life kicks off at McLane Student Life tailgating area
The Baylor Lariat
From 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday, the American Cancer Society is holding Relay for Life at the McLane Student Life tailgating area. Students can donate, purchase a luminaria or join a fundraising team. The event will include food, entertainment ...

 

Administrators: Grassroots activism to end sexual assaults - Daily EgyptianOpen in a New Window


Administrators: Grassroots activism to end sexual assaults
Daily Egyptian
Andres Lopez, a sophomore from Round Lake studying automotive technology, acknowledged Dunn's request and said he will bring the message home to his fraternity. “Student have a big influence on other students,” said Lopez, a member of Phi Iota Alpha.

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AS Approves Funding for Campus Organizations - Daily NexusOpen in a New Window


Daily Nexus

AS Approves Funding for Campus Organizations
Daily Nexus
... $2,275 in travel costs to the California Democrats State Convention in Anaheim, the Equestrian Team's national qualifier for $350 of $995 in travel costs to the national tournament in Massachusetts and Phi Iota Alpha for $2,000 of $7,000 for ...

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