LSU's National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted their annual Martin Luther King Jr. Candle Light Vigil and Celebration on Jan. 16, 2017. The vigil was a success having over 180 attendees and a series of amazing performances from Michael Seaberry, Jasmine Smith and Inspirational Truth.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted Greek Code:What Now? An informational session about the do's and don't's of how to become a member of an NPHC organization. The program was a success with over 150 students attending.
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The LSU Panhellenic Council was recognized with a College Panhellenic Excellence Award from the National Panhellenic Conference. Corre Stegall, a National Panhellenic Conference Delegate, presented the award of excellence to the Panhellenic presidents from 2015, Heidi Pittman, 2016, Camille Beste, and 2017, Madison Hopper, January 9, 2017. This award recognizes outstanding leadership, service, community building, excellence in recruitment and proactive programming in Panhellenic organizations and the LSU Panhellenic was one of 15 Universities recognized with this award of excellence.