Fraternity to receive charter after almost five years as colony

By Kyle Wallace, Staff Writer After spending nearly five years as a colony, OCU Phi Gamma Delta will be recognized as a full chapter this semester. Phi Gamma Delta, or FIJI, International Headquarters’ personnel will be on campus March 27-28 to install the current colony members into the national fraternity. When a colony becomes an […]

Homecoming 2014: Lip Sync videos available online

The OCU Homecoming committee captured video of all eight lip sync performances from this year’s competition.The videos can be viewed online at the OCU Homecoming YouTube page.

Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity makes return with charter numbers


Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity is close to securing their charter this year. The fraternity has been on campus and working to obtain the charter for four years. The fraternity was added in 2010 because of the high demand for fraternity involvement on campus.The fraternity gained 13 new members this semester, putting their member number at 33. They needed 30 to begin to apply for the charter.

Phi Mu to become more involved around campus

Phi Mu completed their formal pledging ceremony Sept. 22.

It was the first ritual for the newest Greek colony on campus.

The ritual signified the members’ lifelong support to the sorority.

OCU’s Phi Mu colony has 40 pledges. They will become a chapter Nov. 9 during the pledges’ initiation ceremony.

Fraternity looks to boost numbers, secure charter

By Mackenzie Menter, Staff Writer Phi Gamma Delta fraternity is working to obtain their charter in hopes of becoming an official chapter this year. The fraternity is entering its third year on campus. “We, right now, are in the colonization process,” said Reed Bentley, FIJI president and acting senior. “We basically just have to prove […]

Phi Gamma Delta fraternity to apply for charter in 2013

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Phi Gamma Delta received seven new members during Fall 2012 Rush, advancing the fraternity closer to approval from its national headquarters.

Homecoming Sweepstakes winner announced

Kourtni Beebe, acting senior, performs during Gamma Phi Beta’s Lip Sync on Nov. 5 in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Gamma Phi Beta won the Lip Sync portion of Homecoming.

Eleven student organizations participated in Homecoming competitions this year. The Phi Gamma Delta colony only competed in the participation competition, which is separate from Homecoming Sweepstakes.

Fraternity president shares plans, goals

Jarred Johnson, mass communications junior, is recognized Oct. 5 in the Gardner Center in Meinders School of Business. Johnson was chosen as the first Phi Gamma Delta president for the OCU chapter. the Photo: Marianne Pickens/The Campus

Offices are in place and Phi Gamma Delta founding members are aiming to build a reputation.

Fraternity still giving out bids

The numbers are still out for a new campus fraternity.

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