November 17: A viewing of the Netflix documentary "13th" directed by Ava DuVernay followed by a discussion centered around race in the US criminal justice system.
January 28: A captivating discussion on modern day feminism.
"Mission: Entrepreneurship - Supporting Black Businesses"
February 2: A panel of successful black business owners share their journey to success. An event for those who want to learn how to turn their goals into realities.
December 2: A discussion on the current conflict between Haiti and the Dominican Republic and the history behind the feud.
November 16: An afternoon of yoga and stress relief.
"Cupcakes for a Cure"
October 21: Help donate and spread awareness about breast cancer to the Drexel community. Proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
December 1: In support of World Aids Day the Epsilon Phi Chapter held a panel discussion on HIV/AIDS with guest speakers who were all victims of the virus.
"Peppermint and Cocoa Holiday Social"
December 6: A fun night to watch holiday movies while enjoying hot chocolate and light refreshments.
"St. Judes Walk"
November 17: A fundraiser walk held for St. Judes Research Hospital. With the help of family, friends, and members of the greater Philadelphia community, the Epsilon Phi Chapter was able to raise over $900 for St. Judes!
"Homosexuality in Society Today"
November 13: An interactive discussion on the controversial topic of homosexuality in today's society
"Election Watch Party"
November 6: A party to watch the results of the 2012 Presidential Election
"Quarterback For St. Judes"
November 1: Donation drive for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital
"Your Vote Counts"
October 4: A voter registration drive at Drexel University
"Just Dance with Deltas"
September 27: A fun, interactive dance party
"Drexel University Night on the Row"
September 20: Meet the Multi-cultural Greek Organizations
"Rock the Vote"
September 18: Volunteer registration for the 2012 Presidential Election
"Villanova University Activities Fair" August 29
May 9: A fun night of Karaoke
"Delta Study Time"
May 4: quiet study time with food and drinks provided.
"Benefit Dinner for Sickle Cell Anemia"
March 28: Dinner to raise money and awareness for sickle-cell anemia.
"My Cry in the Dark"
March 20: a lecture on how to better handle stress and mental health issues.
"Platanos & Collard Greens: Understanding the Black and Brown Experience"
February 23: an interactive discussion on the cultural divide between Latinos and African-Americans.
"Delta Week 2012: Determined to Strive and Transcend"
January 29 - February 3: a week long of events geared towards health & fitness, politics, networking, church, and intellectual discussion.
"Delta Study Time"
January 25: quiet study time with food and drinks provided
"Staying out the RED: Creating Personal Wealth and Financial Security for College Students" November 29: a lecture on how to be better equipped to handle the financial world
"1913 Steps to Success: The Delta Health Challenge" November 10: an interactive lecture on healthy habits
"Villanova University Activities Fair" August 31
"The Marfo Children's Care Foundation Benefit Dinner"
February 22: Raising money for an orphanage in Ghana
"Understanding our rights, reps, and responsibilities" February 21: Political Awareness
"Church with the Deltas" February 20: A time of Fellowship and worship
"ZUMBA" February 19: A ZUMBA fitness session with a certified ZUMBA instructor
"Staying out of the RED" February 15: A lecture on financial freedom
"Race in America: Is Race Still an Issue?" January 25: Questioning the current state of racism in America. Guest Dr. James Braxton Peterson II, Africana Studies Professor, Bucknell University
"The Skin I'm in" January 14: Beauty myths, tips, and secrets
"Women of Color Pt 1" November 12: Screening of the movie For Colored Girls
"Women of Color Pt 2" November 15: Discussion of the Movie For Colored Girls and how women are presented in the media. Guest: Belinda Peterson, M.A. English, Bucknell University
"Fright Night" October 31: A collaboration with the Mu chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
"DSTined to Succeed" October 13: A discussion about proper college preparation
"Crimson Inferno" April 25: A social gathering
"Going Green While Saving Green" February 22: Saving our environment while remaining financially conscious
"Lifting the Community" February 23: A discussion on politics and the census and how to become politically involved in the community. Guest Speakers: Councilwoman-at-Large Blondell Reynolds Brown and Connie Smith from the census Bureau
"Strength from the Roots" February 24: a discussion about 'The Black Wall Street', A historical and contemporary perspective
"Health for Haiti Collections" February 25: Collection of goods and toiletries for Haiti
"Pajama Party" January 24: Relaxing in pajamas while having a discussion on stereotypes of black women and hair
"Hot Chocolate Social" November 20: A social event
"Crazy in Love" April 29: Discussion on relationships
"Red Light Special" April 4: A social gathering