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Washington State University West Fest This blog was written by the Panhellenic Council of Washington State University. We love to highlight schools and chapters doing great things to support the Circle of Sisterhood! Share your story by contacting Mia McCurdy at blog@circleofsisterhood.org Our Panhellenic Council at Washington State University wanted to get our whole community […]

Hidden among the mountains of Malawi lies the small village of Nkoka in the Neno region. Comprised of maybe 100 families, Nkoka is the embodiment of ‘small but mighty’. The zest for life, dedication to education, and impeccable dance skills made the people of Nkoka one of the most welcoming and loving communities I have […]

I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year. Not just for pumpkin-spice-everything, the return of sweaters and scarves, and college football Saturday, but for the return of school! In the last few weeks, we have seen kindergartners have their infamous “first day of school” photos, high school seniors kick off their […]

Nicaragua is a small country in Latin America just North of Costa Rica. They are the second poorest country in the region behind Haiti, and those living in rural parts of Nicaragua average only 2.1 years of school. 68% of Nicaraguans in rural areas live on less than $1 per day. This is all I […]

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela Through the collective efforts of the Indiana University Panhellenic community, $40,000 was raised and a team comprised of myself along with eight other undergraduates and two advisors traveled to the community of El Toro, Nicaragua for an unforgettable Circle […]