A fun new twist on Valentine’s Day

Alpha Phi hosts their annual Galentine’s Day event for sororities on campus On Feb.13, the women of Alpha Phi hosted their annual “Galentine’s” Day mixer, a girls-only event on the eve of Valentine’s Day to promote female empowerment and unity between all of the organizations of the Panhellenic community. Walking into the Alpha Phi house,…

Panhellenic unites the Greek community

The Circle of Sisterhood brings together all of the sororities for communal philanthropy In the Greek community, the Panhellenic Council is the governing body for all Panhellenic organizations. For a total of seven sororities on campus at Christopher Newport, the Panhellenic executive board is in charge of creating events for potential new members (PNMs), streamlining…

FTK all the DM day

Captains danced away at Captathon to raise money for the Children’s Network Hospitals Phi Mu and Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) brought paradise to CNU at their annual philanthropy event, Captathon.  While this event has been going on for a few years labeled CNU’s Dance Marathon, this is only the third year that the event has…

Newport News Greek Festival brings cultural creativity

The semi-annual festival celebrated Greek culture, food and handiwork During the weekend of Oct. 17-19, Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church sponsored the Newport News Greek Festival for the Newport News community. We arrived on a Saturday afternoon, and the weather complemented the event well. The air was brisk, yet the sun kept us…

Different organizations on campus

Non-Panhellenic organizations begin their intense recruitment process National Pan-Hellenic Council, also known as NPHC, is made up of what is known as the Divine Nine International Greek Letter Sororities and Fraternities. The campus currently has three NPHC organizations with charters. One of the organizations within the Divine Nine is a colony of the College of…

First annual Greekstock rocks Greek Lawn

Greek life organizations unite for a day of good music and good vibes “Overall, we’re here to support Greek unity and unity in [Hampton Roads],” said Morgan Simmons, a sister of Zeta Tau Alpha. “It’s just really great to get to meet with everyone who’s in Greek Life and the CNU community.” On the sunny…