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MTSU’s Phi Delta Theta chapter was taken off disciplinary probation Thursday, allowing the fraternity to resume social activities on and off campus. Tennessee Eta, which was founded in December 2012, was put on disciplinary probation last August on account of violating eight university policies including hazing, drugs, alcohol and failure to cooperate with institutional officials. …

Photo by Stephanie Van Horn / Contributing Photographer Story by Kali Hammon / Contributing Writer Every year during the spring semester, the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega celebrate Healthy Relationships Week. This week allows the sisters to raise awareness to issues such as domestic violence and educate their peers on healthy relationship habits. Healthy Relationships …

Photo by Steven Michael Johnson / MTSU News and Media Relations As Breast Cancer Awareness Month came to a close, members of MTSU’s Zeta Tau Alpha sorority raised donations during their annual “Think Pink Week” from Oct. 30 to Nov. 5. “Zeta’s ‘Think Pink Week’ is important because as it raises money for breast cancer …

Story and photos by Emily Neal // Contributing Writer MTSU Greek organizations partnered with students in residence halls to compete in numerous field-day activities at Crash the Commons Thursday night. Other actitivies for students at the event included inflatable bounce houses, corn hole and a dance party that followed the competitions.     For more news, follow us …

Story and photos by Steve Barnum/ Contributing Writer MTSU’s sororities and fraternities battled it out Saturday night during the annual Fight Song Competition in the Murphy Center. As a part of this year’s “Anchored in Tradition” themed Week of Welcome events, six teams of fraternities and sororities competed in the Fight Song Competition: Team One, …

Story & Photos by Joshua Tilton // Contributing Writer This past Saturday, local businesses and community members participated in Kappa Delta’s “Wing Fling”, which is the sorority’s largest annual philanthropic event. Proceeds raised at this year’s “Wing Fling” event will be donated to Prevent Child Abuse America and The Family Center, both national and local organizations …