Mallory

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I'm from Richmond, VA and when it came to choosing which school to go to, I had no idea. When I came to Longwood for my first tour, my mom said she could see me going to Longwood, and since Mom usually knows best, here I am!
When I first started at Longwood, my intentions were to become a Physical and Health Education teacher. After my sophomore year, I realized teaching really wasn't my passion, so I changed my Kinesiology concentration to Exercise Science. Throughout my time here, I've been involved in Baptist Collegiate Ministries, Longwood Ambassadors, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Mortar Board and I'm in my second year as a Resident Assistant. My senior year has approached so quickly and I'm trying to take in as many of the Longwood traditions as I can before I graduate in May.

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September 19, 2011 9:05PM

When students first get to Longwood, one of the first things they might notice is the involvement in Greek Life on campus.  Longwood offers a wide variety of Greek organizations, including social, honors and service groups.  Four of the sororities on campus were actually founded at Longwood (Alpha Sigma Alpha, Kappa Delta, Sigma Sigma Sigma, and Zeta Tau).

When the social sororities and fraternities get new members, they have Walk, which is held on Iler Field behind Dhall.  This isn’t only when the sororities and fraternities find out which students accepted their bids, but it’s an opportunity for all of the students at Longwood to come out and support Greek Life.

Last Friday was the Fall Men’s Fraternity Walk.  I had never been to the fraternity walk before, only sorority.  It’s really a neat experience to see all of those involved and all of the students who are there to show their support.  It’s definitely one of those Longwood traditions that I will miss when I graduate!  Enjoy some of the pictures I took Friday night at the Fraternity Walk!

   

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