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Multicultural Greek Council aims to unite culture on campus

Student life at California State University, Stanislaus consists of several student clubs, fraternities and sororities, with student leadership programs to enhance the skills and involvement of students within the campus community.
Greek Life at Stanislaus recently made a change by establishing the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) on campus. MGC is the second Greek council at Stanislaus and is constructed of local and national fraternities and sororities on campus united as a multicultural family, which promotes multiculturalism and Greek unity within the campus community.
The establishment of MGC was addressed by Nu Alpha Kappa’s, Delta Chapter President Jose Diaz and Secretary Alfredo Casillas.
“We viewed the integration of MGC at Stanislaus as a great opportunity to support each other as the smaller organizations on campus,” Casillas said.
MGC is composed of four sororities: Lambda Sigma Gamma, Sigma Omega Phi, Upsilon Kappa Delta and Phi Lambda Rho. Two fraternities also part of the council are Nu Alpha Kappa and Omega Delta Phi. Furthermore, MGC welcomes their new addition to the family, the coed fraternity of Omega Nu Omega.
MGC held their first annual showcase this past month in which the organizations presented information and facts regarding various distinct cultures and ethnicities. Those who attended also enjoyed a step and stroll performance conducted by the ladies of Upsilon Kappa Delta.
MGC also conducts fundraising and community service events. The proceeds made from these fundraising events are being considered to be used as an awarded scholarship for members of the council. The council will be featuring “Pie a President,” at the quad from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 1. A Mangoneada & Churro sale will also take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 15.
Stay tuned for these upcoming events and the touch of multiculturalism and unity shown through MGC.
“I put forward my skills as a leader and look forward to what we can provide each other as Greeks and for the campus community through MGC,” Diaz said. “MGC has allowed me to further myself academically and professionally, together we can all demonstrate the true reality of what Greek unity entitles.”

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Multicultural Greek Council aims to unite culture on campus