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TWELVE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, SEPTE ER12 1

TWELVE TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12.

Panhel Coordinates, Directs Sorority

Activities

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(Continued from Page 1)
for this direction," she explained.
"We believe that exposure,
awareness, and understanding are
the basic elements upon which the
broadest sense of sisterhood is
founded," Miss Stillerman pointed
out.
Each house puts its own stress
upon different activities, even
though there are some common to
every house, such as Spring Week-
end and Homecoming.
Individual Goals
"The houses will work towards
goals individual to that house and
these activities of the house are
the means to the individual goal

of the house," Miss Stillerman+
said.
Some houses lean towards the
more academic or cultural activi-
ty, while others, "quite frankly
are much more socially oriented.
"There are philanthropic proj-
ects, which aid local and/or na-
tional organizations, which are
common to all the houses. In this
respect also, some emphasize this
philanthropic activity more than
others," Miss Stillerman noted.
A typical activities calendar for
the year will include: faculty din-
ners or teas; participation in spe-
cial weekends; scheduling of guest
speakers: the attendance of plays

or concerts; parents weekends and
football open houses.
Even with this busy calendar
there is "always enough time just
to be friends," said Miss Stiller-
man.
The internal organization dif-
fers slightly with each house, but
generally it is run by an executive
council, which is elected for a term
of one year.
An executive council consists of
president, vice-president, treasur-
er, secretary, and pledge trainer,
as well as chairmen for scholar-
ship, rush activities and other
areas vital to the function of the
house."

"These girls it could be said,
form the core of house policy.
However, it is up to the individual
member how much or how little
she will contribute to the forma-
tion of such policy. Each group
also has an alumnae adviser who
works directly with the executive
council. However, the house is
basically self - governing," Miss
Stillerman explained.
Panhel consists of the Executive
Council or administrative branch,
and the Board of Delegates, which
is roughly aquivalent to a legis-
lative branch. Exec Council, which
plans and coordinates the activi-
ties of Panhel, is responsible for

the formation of policies concern-
ing Panhel and the submission of
such policies to the Board of Dele-
gates for approval or rejection.
Exec Council, which is in charge
of appointing committees and as-
sistant administrative chairmen,
supervises annual projects such as
the Panhellenic Ball, Panhel spon-
sored concerts and new projects
adopted by the Board of Delegates.
The officers consist of the presi-
dent, first vice-president, second
vice-president, secretary and trea-
surer. The president of Junior
Panhellenic Association is an ex-
officio member. In addition, the
chairman of rushing counselors,

the chairman of public relations,
the chairman of rusing, and the
manager of the secretariat also
are members of the Council.
The Board of Delegates, or
President's Counucil, consists of
the presidents of all the sorority
chapters and members of the
Executive Council. This group in-
itiates new rules, regulations, and
policies pertaining to Panhel and
approves or rejects all questions
referred by the Exec Council.
This Board elects by secret bal-
lot the officers and administra-
tive committee members from the
list of nominations drawn up by
Exec Council.

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