The Greek Council and Panhellenic Council, in conjunction with the Office of Greek Life, plan, coordinate, support, and sponsor a series of special events which occur each academic year. Members of the Greek community, as well as the larger College community, are invited and encouraged to participate in each event.
Powderpuff Football Game
Held during the fall semester, the Powderpuff Football Gameincludes teams of women from each of the four sororities. Fraternity men serve as coaches, referees, timekeepers, and announcers, while cheering on their fellow Greeks. Each of the teams compete and the winners of each game compete in the third and final game, which names the Powderpuff FootballChampion!
Greek God & Goddess
The Greek God & Goddess event allows one or two members from each fraternity and sorority to represent their chapter in a contest which includes a talent and question/answer competition. At the end of the night, one man and one woman are selected Greek God and Greek Goddess by a panel of judges including College administrators and faculty. Held later in the fall semester, all proceeds raised at the event are split between the Greek God and Greek Goddess’s philanthropy of choice.
Sponsored by the Panhellenic Council, Moravian College supports National Panhellenic Badge Day. Often held in late February or early March, Badge Day is a common day when all sorority women are encouraged to wear their sorority badge and appropriate badge attire. Panhellenic invites those women who choose to participate to gather in the HUB late in the afternoon to celebrate and come together for a photo of Moravian’s Panhellenic community.
Greek Week is a week-long competition between each fraternity andsorority. Typically held in late March or April, Greek Week events include a variety of different programs including a nighespecially for each organization’s new members, a wing eating contest, a relay games afternoon, and lip sync competition at the end of the week. All proceeds raised during Greek Week are donated to a philanthropy or cause identified by Greek Council and Panhellenic during the planning process.