February 21, 2015 - Super Science Day at Clifton Elementary with AASU & GTSBE
At Clifton Elementary, we participated in the Super Science Day hosted by the African American Student Union, GT Society of Black Engineers, and the NPHC. We had various science projects and games set up for the elementary school students. We talked with them, had a fun paper plane challenge, and provided lunch.
February 22 -28 - Zeta Week "Break the Cycle"
In observance of Zeta Week, our theme this year was "Break the Cycle", each event was geared towards providing tips and helpful lessons on how to become a better person for tomorrow. We went to a church service hosted by a recent Tech grad that now has his own ministry. On Monday, we let students take a break from campus and come paint ceramics with us to express themselves. On Tuesday, we gave out sweet treats with Black History facts written on them and encouraged our peers to attend the free screening of "Selma" held on campus that evening. Due to the campus closing because of a possible snow day, we had to reschedule the Self Defense Seminar. Thursday, we celebrated our charter day with cake, chocolate, and punch. We also had an informative male panel and touched on various topics. Friday, we encouraged everyone to attend the annual Onyx Ball hosted by the African American Student Union. Saturday, we volunteered at Parklane Elementary with the Nu Mu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
March 6, 2015 - Georgia Tech Greek Carnival
We participated in Georgia Tech's Greek Carnival with the IFC, CPC, and MGC. We were partnered with another council and encouraged students to play games and get to know each other.
March 23, 2015 - New Member Presentation
We had a New Member Presentation and welcomed a new soror to campus - Soror Kelly "Ruby" Gleber.
March 26, 2015 - Self Defense Seminar with Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc.
We hosted our annual Self Defense Seminar with Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. and the Georgia Tech Police Department. GTPD came and gave out free goodies (such as whistles, glasses, pens, and flashlights). GTPD also gave a presentation on drinking and driving, sex education, rape, and emergency contacts on campus. After that, we had a small lesson on self-defense moves one can use when they are in danger.