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Fashion show helps victims of violence

The Alpha Chi Omega sorority’s 12th annual fashion show Sunday was its most successful ever, with $28,500 raised for two different charities.

A Chi O President Michelle Miller said $25,000 of the money raised will go to the Women’s Center, an organization that helps women and children who have been victims of domestic violence.

Air Force service society created

Students looking for an opportunity to support the U.S. Air Force will soon be able to with the creation of a program called Silver...

ADPi ‘Mocktail’ shakes up Student Center

The Student Center Ballroom may never be the same after being crowded with pirates, old men and cocktail waitresses all making non-alcoholic beverages at Alpha Delta Pi’s fourth annual “Mocktails Blend-Off” Thursday night.

Contest will decide who makes the best ‘mocktail’

Alpha Delta Pi’s “Mocktails Blend-Off” will benefit Ronald McDonald House charities.

Former Miss Arizona speaks out against eating disorders

Stacey Kole, the 1998 Miss Arizona USA, asked students Tuesday night to throw away their preconceptions about beauty queens as she spoke about the pressures the beauty industry had in her battle with anorexia.

“I want to bring a message of hope to college women,” Kole said. “My goal is to help them find fulfillment in all areas of life.”

Higher standards plus aid for Fijis after bar raised

Phi Gamma Delta fraternity members may have to hit the books harder this semester. One of the chapter requirements to lift its probation for suspected...
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