Lambda Sigma Chapter (Pepperdine) Raises over $18,000 for Conquer Paralysis Now

Lambda Sigma (Pepperdine) Raises over $18,000 for Conquer Paralysis Now with PSI U THINK YOU CAN DANCE Philanthropy

In 1983, Lambda Omega Sigma became the first Greek Fraternity at Pepperdine with the motto “Through Service We Shine” and in 1998 they became the Lambda Sigma Chapter of Psi Upsilon, and kept that focus on service. The chapter hosts a wildly successful philanthropy that not only includes the Greek community, but also attracts participation outside the fraternity and sorority world. During this year’s Psi U Think U Can Dance Philanthropy, the Lambda Sigma chapter not only sold nearly 500 tickets, but also raised over $18,000 for Conquer Paralysis Now, a non-profit started by the chapter’s first president, Sam Schmidt ’86.

Read the article in the JANUARY 29, 2020 Pepperdine Graphic.

Phi Nu Chapter hosts Garnet Ball at Christopher Newport University

Phi Nu Chapter hosts Garnet Ball at Christopher Newport University

The Garnet Ball is an annual event hosted by the Phi Nu Chapter at Christopher Newport University where fraternities, sororities, and other campus organizations speak about causes they care for and recognize individuals in their organization who excel at service. It’s a unique event that is structured much like a semi-formal event and serving as a social outlet for the campus but gives each organization a platform to showcase how they are making a difference. Proceeds from the event went to one of Psi Upsilon’s recognized philanthropies, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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