**Monday’s events have been moved due to the rain
The BBQ will be rescheduled for Wednesday or Thursday depending on the weather!

The schedule for the rest of the week is below:

Tuesday – April 21st
(During Lunch) Community Service Challenge “Penny Wars” in Farinon – **Chapter whose jar of coins weighs the most will win!
(8:00pm – 9:30pm) Greek God/Goddess Contest in Oechsle 224

Wednesday – April 22nd
(During Lunch) Community Service Challenge “Penny Wars” in Farinon – **Chapter whose jar of coins weighs the most will win!
(4:00pm – 6:00pm) Greek Olympics on March Field

Thursday – April 23rd
(During Lunch) Community Service Challenge “Penny Wars” in Farinon – **Chapter whose jar of coins weighs the most will win!
(5:30pm – 7:00pm) Volleyball Tournament on March Field

Friday – April 24th
(5:30pm – 6:30pm) Awards Ceremony in Marlo Room

Scholar In The Spotlight: Maddie Zuschnitt

My name is Maddie Zuschnitt and I am a sophomore from Annapolis, Maryland. I am majoring in International Affairs and minoring in Spanish. I am president of Cadence, Lafayette’s only all-female a-capella group. I am also a member, and V.P Finance, of Lafayette’s Epsilon Xi chapter of Delta Gamma. I hope to one day be a lawyer, or work within the sphere of foreign policy or relations. I love Harry Potter, running, and the Philadelphia Eagles. I would describe myself as a nerd and a feminist. I am also currently training for my fifth half marathon with some of my lovely sisters!

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Sorority Preview Day

Join the Lafayette College Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Panhellenic Council, and representatives from each of our six sororities for information about Sorority Life. This is your first opportunity to learn more about the Panhellenic values of intellectual development, leadership, philanthropy, and sisterhood. Additionally, you will learn information about the Fall 2015 recruitment process. This session is open to current First year-Third year women who are thinking about the recruitment process next year.


Questions? Contact Jacqueline Cirincione at

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Scholar In The Spotlight: Morgan Miller

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My name is Morgan Miller, but most of my friends call me Mo Millz, and I am 20 years old. At Lafayette, I am a junior Math-Econ major with a Certificate in Financial Policy and Analysis. I grew up in Cranford, New Jersey with two older sisters, and I’m happy to say that I have found so many more as well as a home in Alpha Phi!

Honors and Awards

  • Cranford High School valedictorian
  • Marquis Scholar
  • Dean’s List all semesters

Extracurricular Activities

  • Director of Academics for Alpha Phi
  • Member of Women’s Club basketball team
  • Supplemental Instructor for statistics course
  • Member of Investment Club

Our First Scholar in the Spotlight: Audrey DaDalt

Year: 2015

Sorority: Delta Delta Delta

Major: Government and Law

Honors Societies: Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, Order of the Omega

Deans List: Fall 2011- present

Thesis: How Brazil, as an developing democracy, balances economic goals and its responsibility to protect human rights, particularly indigenous land rights. I will be presenting my thesis at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) in Seattle in April 2015.

Other: I participated in a study abroad program comparing public health policies in Washington D.C., Hanoi Vietnam, Cape Town South Africa, and Sao Paulo Brazil during the spring of 2014.