Emory Campus Life Connection Newsletter November 2019

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Issue 29November 2019
 
 
 

Greek life at Emory: For some, it's a family affair

Many people who belong to a fraternity or sorority say their affiliation is an important part of college life. In these families, Greek life at Emory is shared between siblings and across the generations.
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A short history of 150 years of Greek life at Emory

After it was chartered in 1836, then-all-male Emory College alternately allowed and banned mystical societies. In 1869, four years after the Civil War ended, chapters of Chi Phi Fraternity and the Kappa Alpha Order were established on campus. Throughout the 150 years since, Greek life has been part of the Emory community.
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recent program developments for an array of Emory Campus Life programs and initiatives.
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your existing colleagues on their accomplishments and welcome your new colleagues to the Campus Life team.
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