Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Cabinet Spotlight of the Week

Meet the women who have been working tirelessly to make next week the best week ever, the Director and Assistant Director of Greek Week!! Savannah Jackson and Haley Hurt hope to make the week fun for those involved in Auburn Greek Life, and extremely beneficial to the Boys and Girls Club. Click here for the full schedule of events!

Savannah Jackson is from Alexandria, Virginia, and is majoring in public relations. As the Director of Greek Week she works with the IFC Director of Greek Week to plan every aspect of all of the different events going on throughout the week. They have several responsibilities including, but not limited to, booking venues and entertainment for each event, delegating tasks to their committee members, ordering the Greek Week promotional items, building relationships with local businesses in support of Greek Week, and facilitating communication between Panhellenic, IFC and NPHC on all things Greek Week. We had her fill out our Panny Quiz, and here's what she said: 
Haley Hurt is from Alpharetta, Georgia, and is majoring in hotel and restaurant management. As the Assistant Director of Greek Week she assists Savannah with anything that needs to be done. She fills in for her if she cannot attend a meeting regarding Greek Week, and helps to plan and organize all of the events fas well. Her position is a 2 year position, so next year she will become the new Director of Greek Week! We asked her to fill out our Panny Quiz, let's see what she said:

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Cabinet Spotlights of the Week

This weeks cabinet spotlights are dedicated to the cabinet members who are all about living well and improving mental and physical health. Anna Chistiansen is our Director of Health and Wellness, Kelly Warren is our Liaison to AUBIE-EDA, and Heather Hubbs is our Liaison to the Women's Resource Center. Read below to see what they get to do with their positions! 

Anna Chistiansen is from Birmingham, Alabama, and is majoring in biomedical sciences. As the DIrector of Health and Wellness she meets with both the Auburn Department of Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness in order to maintain those relationships by helping in any way possible. She also runs the Panhellenic Health and Wellness twitter account, and shares a health fact at Panhellenic Council meetings. She filled out our Panny Quiz, check out what she said: 
Kelly Warren is from Houston, Texas, and is majoring in accounting. As the Liaison to AUBIE-EDA she works to inform the Panhellenic community about AUBIE-EDA events held throughout the year, and to get the Panhellenic community more involved with the program. AUBIE-EDA holds events such as Love the Skin You're In and the Love Your Body Week to remind girls just how beautiful we are. They will also be holding a Fat Talk Free Week the week after fall break! We had Kelly fill out our Panny Quiz and here's what she said: 
Heather Hubbs is from Athens, Alabama and is majoring in health service administration. With her position she is responsible for meeting regularly with the Women's Resource Center, and announcing any news or upcoming events to Panhellenic. There are currently applications out for:
Check out auburn.edu/wrc for more info!
We had Heather fill out our Panny Quiz, and here is what she said: 

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Cabinet Spotlight of the Week

Our cabinet spotlights this week are all women who work with the Greek Community directly. Cassidy Whisenant is our Liaison to Greek Councils, Jane Hill is the Director of Junior Panhellenic Delegates, and Emily Moore is the Director of New Member Education! Read below to get to know them, and see what events they have coming up soon.

Cassidy is majoring in nursing, and is from Madison, Alabama. As the Liaison to Greek Councils she is responsible for going to IFC and NPHC council meetings and announcing any events that Panhellenic has going on, and reporting to Panhellenic any events IFC or NPHC events as well. She also contacts IFC and NPHC presidents in order to get interesting facts about themselves, along with researching facts about our sororities in order to share a Greek Fact of the Week at Panhellenic council meetings. We asked her to fill out our Panny Quiz, and here's what she said: 
Jane is from Auburn, Alabama, and is majoring in apparel design. Being the Director of Junior Panhellenic her duties include having bi-weekly meetings with all 17 Junior Panhellenic Delegates, along with fulfilling weekly Cabinet duties. We asked her to fill out our Panny Quiz, and here's what she said: 
Emily is also majoring in nursing, and is from Trussville, Alabama. As the Director of New Member Education she is overall all of the New Member Educators. She plans meetings with them, as needed, and helps keep them on track for the fall. At every council meeting she announces a new member spotlight of the week. She is also a resource for all of the new members for whatever they need! During Greek Week, she will be hosting a New Member BBQ (Wednesday, October 22nd). All new members should come, it will be a great way to meet girls in other sororities! We asked her to fill out our Panny Quiz, and here's what she said: 

Monday, September 29, 2014

Delta Zeta's Hamburgers for Hearing

On Thursday, September 25th, Delta Zeta had their Hamburgers for Hearing event benefitting their national philanthropy Speech and Hearing. Within Speech and Hearing there are two institutions Delta Zeta partners with, The Starkey Foundation and Gallaudet University. The Starkey Foundation works to change the social consciousness of hearing matters through education and research, and they provide those the gift of hearing around the world. Gallaudet University is the world's only university designed for students that are hearing impaired. 
At the event everyone received delicious hamburgers cooked to order from Quixotes Bar and Grille. They also had the Brent Gafford Band perform, so everyone could enjoy their dinner while listening to great music. 
Thanks DZ for allowing us all to eat good food for a great cause!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Cabinet Spotlights of the Week

Meet two more of our amazing Panhellenic Cabinet members, Sydney Gargiulo and Morgan Satterfield. Sydney is our Liaison to SGA, and Morgan is our Liaison to UPC. 

Sydney is from Gulfport, Mississippi, and is studying architecture. As the Liaison to the Student Government Association she gives a biweekly reports of the happenings within SGA, as well as attend biweekly cabinet meetings to volunteer and communicate with other Panhellenic Cabinet members. SGA has a lot going on this week with Homecoming. In fact there will be a Homecoming parade in Downtown Auburn this Friday at 6pm! It will be followed by a concert featuring Trotline! We asked Sydney to fill out our Panny Quiz, and here's what she said: 


Morgan Satterfield is from Scottsboro, Alabama, and is majoring in nutrition science with hopes of becoming a Physicians Assistant. As the Liaison to UPC she coordinates with the University Programs Council to inform Panhellenic about all of their upcoming events, and helps get Panhellenic more involved with their organization. Next on UPC's calendar is comedian TJ Miller performing this Thursday, September 30th! We asked Morgan to fill out our Panny Quiz and here's what she said: 

Monday, September 22, 2014

Alpha Omicron Pi's Run for Roses


On Saturday, September 20th, Alpha Omicron Pi hosted their 14th Annual Run for Roses! This 5K went all through campus, and began under the Magnolia Arch. There were 2 overall winners, and then 6 winners per age group. All of the proceeds benefitted the local Alabama Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. AOΠ has been raising awareness and funds for the Arthritis Foundation since 1967. Since 2007, AOΠ has nationally raised over $2 million for Arthritis research and treatment. Auburn's chapter of AOΠ is currently the #1 Fundraising Chapter. Nationally chapters of AOΠ hold various fundraising events, but Run for Roses has become something the Auburn AOΠs are very passionate about! 
Before the race began they had one of their sisters, Avery Anthony, share her story of how arthritis had an impact on her life. She was diagnosed when she was just in high school, ending her field hockey career forever. Her story reminded us all of what we were running for, and gave everyone the motivation they needed. Thank you to AOΠ for keeping Run for Roses such a success!! 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Alpha Gamma Delta's Wing Jam

On September 16th Alpha Gamma Delta held their 2nd Annual Wing Jam battle of the
bands competition. It was sponsored by Spicer’s Music, and catered by the Island Wing Company. This year they had 10 bands compete: Sidekicks, Dadbath, Caroline Jackson and Johnny Knox, Fred Suhling, Fiery Crash, Back Porch, Charlie Muncaster, Turn the Key, John Crow, and John Wilkris Trio! 
Congratulations to Fiery Crash who placed first, Charlie Muncaster who came in second, and Dad Bath who placed third!! The people's choice this year went to Caroline Jackson and Johnny Knox! All of the proceeds from this event went towards The Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation, benefitting Juvenile Diabetes research and awareness. Alpha Gam strives to go above and beyond in order to raise awareness for Juvenile Diabetes both locally and internationally. Everyone had so much fun listening to all of the great bands, and eating some delicious wings. Thanks ladies for putting together a night to remember!