Allie Colina is the newest staff member in the CLIC team. She’s working on helping Denison students have easier access to social spaces as well as aiding Aimee Maczko with Fraternity and Sorority life.
Allie working in her new office in the third floor Slayter.
Julio Martinez: As one of the newest additions to the CLIC team, please tell us: why CLIC? Why back at Denison? Why Sorority and Fraternity Life?
I heard about the job through Dr. Kennedy and when it was posted I applied for the position.
Even at such a small university such as Denison there can be huge disconnects and miscommunications from time to time. Many students see it day to day as a struggle of student voice vs. administrative power. Others see it as student time vs. professors expectations. But most times, much miscommunication occurs between students. Many students hate group projects for this reason: different expectations and very little consideration for the other students time and ideas occur–and many times the presentation/project is not to standard with what the group member want.
Greek life always becomes a topic of discussion on Denison’s campus for various reasons. One of the most recent developments has been the addition of a new fraternity: Chi Sigma Tau National Fraternity, Inc. I caught up with a couple members for an intimate interview on some things that people may not know about them.
>But first, here’s a little bit of background information:
Chi Sigma Tau National Fraternity, Inc. was founded on September 9th 1999 by ten gentlemen at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Last Friday, September 27th, Knobel Hall was the place to be. The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) of Denison University threw their annual Icebreaker with great success.
The place was poppin’! The music hit just right, and all your friends were there. Members of NPHC Greeks (Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Delta Sigma Sorority, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. on Denison campus) greeted you in the front, while you walked into a room full of students dress to impress.