WHO: NJIT’s Inter Fraternity/Sorority Council (IFSC) will host a luau where students can meet and greet the 20+ Greek organizations affiliated with the university.

WHAT: The luau will include frozen Greek yogurt from a local food truck and free Hawaiian treats from Newark eatery Ono Grinds Poké, served to the mixes and rhythms of a live DJ. There will also be a performance by a fire dancer and eater, and a puppy-petting pen full of adorable pups up for adoption from Shake a Paw in Union. Members of IFSC, the Multicultural Greek Council and College Panhellenic Council will be in attendance. 

WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

WHERE: The luau will take place between the Central King Building and Kupfrian Hall.

WHY: “We want to introduce students to the idea of joining Greek life,” says Tony Randazzo, president of the Inter Fraternity/Sorority Council at NJIT. “Fraternities and sororities are often labeled as partiers and hazers who abuse drugs and alcohol. Greek life at smaller schools like NJIT doesn't follow those conventions, and we want to prove that.” At NJIT, fraternity and sorority life provide students with opportunities for personal and professional development, civic engagement and academic enhancement, all while developing close lifelong bonds with peers. This occurs through the diverse offering of educational programs, leadership development and civic engagement opportunities, and additional learning opportunities available at conferences offered both locally and nationally.

For additional information, email Tony Randazzo at avr9@njit.edu.