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We moved!

We went to Senegal and MOVED THE BLOG! Visit us here to find out about our trip! 

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Campus Circles: University of Illinois

The University of Illinois fraternity and sorority community prides itself on being one of the largest Greek communities in the country. The members of the Panhellenic community at the university strive to keep that pride alive and continually keep campus … Continue reading

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Passion in the Air: SEPC 2013

We couldn’t be more excited to be in Atlanta for the 2013 Southeastern Panhellenic Conference. “SEPC unites college women to explore philanthropic initiatives, leadership programs, and social excellence education. Through the diversity of all members and our shared values, we … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Circle of Sisterhood!

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Campus Spotlight: Ball State University

“The fastest way to change society is to mobilize the women of the world.” I’m pretty sure that Charles Malik had sorority women in mind when he made this statement. I am amazed at what the  Circle of Sisterhood Foundation … Continue reading

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Never Underestimate the Power of a Teacher

The following blog was written by Alecia McClure, a program specialist for BeadforLife. BeadforLife eradicates extreme poverty by creating bridges of understanding between impoverished Africans and concerned world citizens. Ugandan women turn colorful recycled paper into beautiful bead jewelry, and … Continue reading

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Circle of Sisterhood FINALIST for a 2012 Classy Award-UPDATED July 12

What’s a Classy Award you ask?  The CLASSY awards is the largest philanthropic awards ceremony in the country, celebrating the greatest charitable achievements by nonprofit organizations, socially conscience businesses & individuals worldwide. In 2011, nearly 2,000 organizations and volunteers were … Continue reading

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