Alpha Sigma Rho held its third annual Greek dance competition.
Students and faculty learned how to make Temple a hazing-free zone.
Phi Sigma Sigma is holding a fundraising week to help various causes from Oct. 5-8.
As Temple Greek life graduates 198 members, those seniors must remember that being in a sorority or fraternity is a lifetime commitment.
Alpha Kappa Lambda and HootaThon will host a fundraiser.
From appearances on “The Today Show” for Autism Speaks to fundraising for Relay for Life, the AXiD sisters have embraced their position in Temple’s Greek life.
Fraternity brothers on Main Campus gathered to end sexual violence and reduce negative stereotypes associated with frat behavior.
Delta Phi Epsilon sister Megan Shambaugh and Pi Lambda Phi brother Eric White share how their experience with pledging, though devoid of keg stands or chants, was one of their most unique experiences.
Greek members strive to remember their heritage this month.
The new sorority on Main Campus will initiate next week.