Pi Kappa Phi is trying to change stereotypical views of Greek life on university campuses through working with The Ability Experience, formerly known as PUSH America, to help people with disabilities.
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This will be the 10th year that cold-hardy kind-hearted souls have spent the last weekend in February "Freezing for a Reason."
Following his diagnosis with bipolar disorder at age 16, Ross turned his experience into an opportunity to educate others.
Using their popularity, resources and large group numbers, fraternities and sororities have been raising awareness and funds for philanthropies for years. Each is associated with a national or local philanthropy in which they dedicate time to help those in need.
It started with a single voice, Italian opera singer Lucia Amato singing a traditional Jewish folk melody while she was imprisoned in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland during World War II.
An Urbana High School graduate is working to raise money to improve handicap accessible amenities in camps this summer.