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If members of the sorority Sigma Kappa make social media posts deemed inappropriate by another member, they're sent dove emojis that notify them to remove the post, according to their constitution. No such policies are on fraternities' constitutions. Illustration by Kristen Grau

Sorority dress codes, social media rules more regulated and restrictive than fraternities’

June 9, 2019

The laws laid out in sorority and fraternity constitutions vary by organization, but some of those differences are harder on women.

Eleana Frangedis graduated from FAU in 2017 with a major in business. Photo courtesy of Instagram

From FAU student to motivational speaker

December 17, 2018

Eleana Frangedis won Miss Teen America in 2012, and while she speaks at many events, she is especially drawn to sororities.

Photo courtesy of Sigma Kappa's Twitter.

Sigma Kappa hosts welcome event for new recruits

January 28, 2017

Food, music and the making of new friends were all on display during the biannual welcome party for the sorority Sigma Kappa.

[Max Jackson  |  Photo Editor] FAU's first Dance Marathon raised almost $6,000 for the Children's Miracle Network.

Students raise nearly $6,000 at FAU’s first Dance Marathon

March 24, 2014

“The basic rules are to have as much fun as possible while raising as much money as possible” said AJ Einbinder, a senior com...