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Greek life continues philanthropies, meetings and celebrations despite COVID-19

Greek life members mingling at Fresh Fusion
‘Communication is key and that’s something we’re improving’
May 8, 2020
With the closing of campus due to COVID-19, groups and organizations have had to quickly find new ways to operate without physically meeting. One of NKU’s biggest communities is NKU Fraternity and Sorority life with around 700 participants.

‘The Big Event’ brings students together

Food, games and live music unifies campus organizations Wednesday night
August 22, 2019
Lots of unfamiliar people, a variety of odd yet exciting events and everyone in attendance confused and unsure of what they should be doing—NKU’s first annual The Big Event was the perfect metaphor for college.

GALLERY: Stompapalooza continues the conversation on inclusiveness

Stompapalooza raised money for Matthew 25: Ministries, a disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization based out of Cincinnati.
November 4, 2016

Terrance McCraney walks on stage to introduce the teams for Stompapalooza to the packed Student Union Ballroom. Behind him are five hand-painted banners, one for each team: Delta Zeta, Theta Chi, Alpha...

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