I blinked and January turned in February. This weekend, sorority women are meeting in Atlanta for the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership (Former SEPC) meeting. It is the largest conference of female undergraduates in the United States. Ginny Carroll, found of the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation tweeted:
Next week, GLO leaders will meet in Indianapolis for AFLV Central. The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values stimulates “the growth and development of fraternity/sorority councils, chapters, and members by promoting leadership, educational, and values based experiences and resources for student leaders, their advisors, and the larger fraternal market.” Joe Biden, former Vice President and Syracuse Law School alumnus, will be speaking on Friday, February 9.
And it’s another weekend for GLO sponsored educational forums for their respective members. It’s hard to leave one of these events without being inspired by the crop of current and emerging leaders of our organizations. It is too bad the media can’t meet some of the young men and women attending these events. All too often we are judged by the ones who show dishonor and contempt for our founding values and not by the many who live our values every day.
Condolences to Sigma Chi on the loss of Significant Sig and Order of Constantine Sig Jon Huntsman, Sr., an initiate of the University of Pennsylvania chapter. He attended Penn on a Zellerbach scholarship.
Belated congratulations to Senator Robert Dole, Kappa Sigma, on receiving the Congressional Gold Medal.
It’s good to see the GLO umbrella organizations taking a stance on this issue. More than 100 years ago, three states were seeking to do the same thing. Read about it here as reported by a Delta Tau Delta member.
Yesterday, Alpha Phi members and their friends and relatives were wearing red to support women’s heart health. File under a day late and a dollar short.