Pi Beta Phi will not participate in spring recruitment
The Pi Beta Phi chapter at Syracuse University will not be participating in spring recruitment, said Eily Cummings, marketing and communications director at Pi Beta Phi’s headquarters.
She said in an email she could not disclose any additional information.
Alyssa Goldfarb, president of the chapter, said she had no comment at this time.
Founded in 1896, the New York Alpha chapter is one of the longest-running sororities on Syracuse University’s campus, as it was established only 26 years after SU’s founding, according to the chapter’s website.
The chapter was started by nine women. It was originally referred to as the Philokalian society, and would hold meetings and entertain like other greek organizations, according to the website.
The sorority prides itself on philanthropy, its most recent project being the Pi Phi Paint Phight, which took place in late September.
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