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Pi Beta Phi to host 5k for philanthropy

Analiese Gerald

March 4, 2016

WHAT: Follow Your Arrow 5kWHO: Pi Beta PhiWHEN: Saturday, March 5, 12-3 p.m. Check-in begins at 11 a.m.WHERE: Check-in at the Student Recreation Center parking lot. The race takes place along the 5k loop around UA campus.WHY...

Fraternity to hold philanthropy tennis tournament

Beth Wells

November 11, 2015

What: Hubert Kessler ATΩpen, philanthropy eventWho: ATΩ Fraternity partnering with XΩ and Make a Wish FoundationWhen: Nov. 22, starting at 10 a.m.Where: Student Recreation Center tennis courtsATΩ will host a tennis tournament ...

Why you shouldn’t shave in November

Jake Bass

October 19, 2015

When I started growing facial hair, I couldn’t wait to shave. I thought that shaving was the manliest thing in the world, and I would love doing it. When I sat down and learned to shave, my father told me, “Welcome to the m...

Are Greek philanthropy events acts of selflessness?

Erin Mosley

August 28, 2015

I should preface my thoughts by stating that I am not currently and have never been affiliated with any Greek organization at The University of Alabama or any other institution for that matter. Therefore, I can only write fr...

UA alumna Mignon Smith leaves philanthropic legacy

Melissa Brown

February 15, 2012

Mignon Comer Smith, an Alabama philanthropist and heiress who established a scholarship foundation for Alabama high school students, died Friday at the age of 81. Smith, born in Birmingham in 1931, was the daughter of J. Cra...

Question philanthropy’s motive

SoRelle Wyckoff

January 19, 2012

When I was in seventh grade, I saw an article in “Time: For Kids” magazine. The philanthropic opportunity intrigued me. For $25, I could buy a pair of canvas shoes, and another child across the world would receive a mirrored pa...

Greek Week competitions fosters unity, philanthropy

Brittney Knox

March 29, 2011

Through the ticket sales for Greek Week from all four councils, the University of Alabama greek system will be able to give out about $100,000 in grant money that have been applied for by Tuscaloosa non-profits. “Greek Week is a...

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