Photos: Panhellenic organizations meet new recruits

Fall recruitment was a week long process from Sept. 23- 30.

District 5 holds on to top spot after fourth day of Greek Week

After a day filled with donut-themed obstacles courses, Mr. Pickle’s sandwiches, blood donations and soccer games, District 5 (gold) sustained its first-place position.

Make-A-Wish surprises the girl with half a heart

Watch 4-year-old Pari’s wish granting at her surprise party in Arroyo Grande

Chi O Casino makes wishes come true

Panhellenic sorority Chi Omega hopes to exceed the $33,000 it brought in last year for Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties.

Philanthropy 101: Cal Poly Greek Life gives back

Alexandria Scott Philanthropy was the word of the day this past Thursday, as Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic (PHA) and United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) fraternities and sororities gathered in the University Union to raise awareness for charities. The organizations showcased each of their respective philanthropies…

Chi Omega and charity win big at Sorority’s Best Dance Crew

Aryn Sanderson Kelly Ehrler hops into a handstand. Two shirtless men in firefighter hats hold her legs up, and Ehrler begins to twerk upside down. It’s not just another night in Chumash Auditorium. It’s a dance battle. For sorority…

2012 Great Donut Massacre

The 2012 Great Donut Massacre competition, a Greek Week event, raised money for Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County’s Head Start program. Contestants from different sororities and fraternities competed in four categories: men’s and women’s powdered doughnuts, and men’s and women’s devil cake doughnuts.

Sorority grants wishes with annual casino night

Cal Poly’s Chi Omega sorority hosted its fourth annual Chi O Casino Saturday night. The Vegas-style casino event aims to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Tri-Counties. The Chi Omega women set a goal of $25,000 for the…

Chi Omega sorority gambles for charity

For one night only, the women of Cal Poly’s Chi Omega sorority will be turning the San Luis Obispo Veterans’ Hall into a Vegas-style casino to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.