Thursday, March 29, 2012

February Panhellenic Woman of the Month- Alpha Phi: Alexa Dryer

Alexa Dryer- Alpha Phi 
Alexa Dryer is currently a junior Electrical Engineer student with minors in Chinese and Spanish. Over Spring Break she spent her time observing spinal surgeries at NYU hospital in preparation for medical school. She has been avidly studying for the MCATS while maintaining a high GPA in the Engineering school. She is always eager to help her sisters with their classwork and is a certified Lehigh University tutor. Alexa is currently taking CHM 031 and every Sunday night she organizes a chem study group to go over the week's lab material. While Alexa does all of her work, she also manages to keep close friendships not only with sisters in Alpha Phi but also many girls in other houses. Last year Alexa had the executive position of VP of Chapter Operations and was taking 18 credits while keeping her GPA at a high level. Alexa was also the Director of Member Development for Alpha Phi and the Assistant Director for Innovation and Leadership Residency. She takes on important tasks in the house and demonstrates to the rest of her sisters how to manage time properly and be a successful student.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Delta Phi- Kebabs for Kids

Kebabs for Kids

Thursday, March 29th, from 12-2PM
On the UC Front Lawn

Come help us celebrate the first annual Kebabs for Kids hosted by Delta Phi. All proceeds go to the Boys and Girls Club of Bethlehem.

The men of Delta Phi will be offering a special lunch menu to raise money to buy and donate items off the Boys and Girls Club’s wish list (i.e. footballs, board games, chairs)

Tangy terriyaki beef kebabs

Spicy chipotole pork kebabs

Savory pesto chicken kebabs

All is served with a vegetarian rice pilaf for a suggested cash donation of only $5.00

All food to be prepared by:  Brochette Grill and Catering.

Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem

Cycle for Life- Pi Kappa Alpha

On April 1st (this Sunday), Pi Kappa Alpha will be hosting the Taylor Trudeau Cycle
for Life philanthropy event. It is an 8-hour stationary bike marathon
held at Taylor Gym, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Every attendee pays
$15 to ride for half an hour. All of the money raised goes to research a cure
for Leukemia and Lymphoma in honor of Taylor, a Pike from the University
of New Hampshire, who died of Leukemia.

We hope to see each chapter sponsor 16 of its members to cover one bike
for the duration of the event. It only costs $240 for the entire day,
and is a good way to add philanthropy money and hours right before

In addition, there will be music, free drinks and a raffle every half
hour throughout the day. Any chapter that mans a bike for the entire
day will also receive a few gift certificates to local businesses.

Please inform your chapter of the event, and consider participating in
this event, whether as a fraternity/sorority or as individuals. The foundation
donates 100% of the money raised to blood cancer research and any
amount of time or any donation helps.

Attached is a signup sheet that you may use. Contact the Pike Philanthropy 
Chair, Alec Krosser ( with questions
or to submit your signup sheet. Please make checks payable to Pi Kappa Alpha.

For more information on the event, you can go to the event homepage

Friday, March 23, 2012

January- Sorority Woman of the Month: Suzanne Eisenberg

Suzanne Eisenberg- Alpha Phi 
Suzanne is currently a senior Global Studies major with a focus in African Studies and a Business minor. While keeping a high GPA she is also an active member in Leadership Lehigh, is a campus tour guide, and was a Rho Gamma during this year's winter rush. Currently Suzanne is planning the Altitude Conference with Leadership Lehigh which includes a day devoted to leadership seminars and activities. She actively relays on all of the information about her campus involvement during our chapter meetings so that the rest of the Alpha Phi sisters can get involved as well. During Suzanne's final semester at Lehigh she is also taking a rigorous course load and spending large amounts of time studying and applying for jobs while urging her fellow seniors to do the same. As a Rho Gamma, she guided the females rushing to understand what it really means to be a member of the Lehigh greek community and still encourages them to get involved in as much on campus as possible. During Suzanne's rare free time she makes an extra effort to come to the house and have lunch with the sisters who live there and will join us for watching football games and award shows. She is a role model for the sisters in Alpha Phi as well as her peers.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Walk a Mile in her Shoes

My name is Sara Santos, and I am contacting you with the offer of a really great opportunity for the men in your team. I am the chapter President of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated here on Lehigh's campus. This year our chapter will be bringing back an event that you may remember from two years ago, "Walk a Mile". Walk a Mile is an international march for men to help bring an end to rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Each man that participates in the walk will be given a pair of red high heels to walk the distance of approximately one mile across Lehigh's campus. The concept of this march is that these men will be taking a pledge and stand against gender violence against women. 

The men in your chapter serve as role models to not only men in the Lehigh community but also to those outside of our Lehigh family. I believe this would be a great opportunity for the men in your chapter to become involved in a cause that will only be successful with the help of men as well. For further details about what Walk a Mile represents and why it is so important, please visit their website Also if you would like, I can come and speak directly to the members of your chapter or send another representative from my sorority to speak to them. 

I have attached a sign- up sheet for the men in your chapter that are interested in being a part of this great opportunity. The walk itself will be on April 18th, starting at 4:10 p.m. by the UC flagpole. Even if the men in your chapter are not able to walk in the march, I strongly encourage them to come and support their fellow Lehigh students. Though this event is free for anyone to attend, we are suggesting a donation of $3 for each man that is interested in walking, though those who do not wish to make the donation are still more than encouraged to walk as well. 

The final day for registration for the walk will be Friday, March 30th at 5pm. Please email me back the sign up sheets, including the name, email and shoe size of each man interested in participating. If your group, or an individual would like to make a donation we can meet individually or the donation can be made on the day of Walk a Mile.
Walk A Mile Sign-Up
April 18, 2012
4:10 p.m. UC Flagpole
Final Date for sign up: Friday March 30th at 5pm

      Please email sign-up sheet or any questions to Sara Santos at
Group Affiliations
Shoe Size

Thank you for signing up!
This event is proudly sponsored by:
 Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated
And Lehigh University’s Women’s Center